A rapid evidence review on the technical considerations and societal implications of using technology to transition from the COVID-19 crisis
This rapid evidence review sets out proposals for whether, and how, the UK Government should use technology to transition from the COVID-19 global public health crisis. It examines the potential development and implementation of technical solutions to support symptom tracking, contact tracing and immunity certification. In doing so, its analysis takes into account societal, political, legal and ethical perspectives, and gives findings and recommendations for the transition and rebuild phases that follow containment, delay and mitigation.
Back to Database