Saturday, April 11, 2020

Isolation : A weak link in Indian public health

In this article, I argue that all four legs of the public health response -- trace, test, isolate, treat -- are weak in India. There is considerable interest in the problems of tracing and testing. There is a need for fresh thinking on the problem of isolation also. Once millions of people in India have been tested, what are we going to do with the persons who have tested positive?

(The article was first published on the Leap Blog, 29 March 2020)

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