This project aims to analyze the contact tracing strategy in Chernivtsi (Ukraine) as a nonpharmaceutical intervention to slow down COVID-19 transmission. The project aims to identify and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the intervention by performing a case study in the region of Chernivtsi. Overall, the contact tracing strategy in the region works efficiently and outstands for the quality of the supervision and training of the local teams of tracers. The margin for improvement is observed in some dimensions and the current report sheds light on specific channels with the potential to increase the strategy's effectiveness overall.

Contact tracing for COVID-19 in Ukraine: insights from a case study in the region of Chernivtsi

Dayana Benny
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2021-01-01

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This project aims to analyze the contact tracing strategy in Chernivtsi (Ukraine) as a nonpharmaceutical intervention to slow down COVID-19 transmission. The project aims to identify and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the intervention by performing a case study in the region of Chernivtsi. Overall, the contact tracing strategy in the region works efficiently and outstands for the quality of the supervision and training of the local teams of tracers. The margin for improvement is observed in some dimensions and the current report sheds light on specific channels with the potential to increase the strategy's effectiveness overall.
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epidemiology, contact tracing, case study, Ukraine
Dayana Benny, Silvia Castro, Omer Mujahid, Olga Lugovska Abrosimova
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