Cell phone tracking system detects the movements of an infected couple with coronavirus

Australian authorities resorted to one of mobile phones to identify the locations visited by a couple infected with the coronavirus, in an effort to prevent the virus from spreading and to test all the people they came into contact with.

The couple traveled from her Yuhan στην Αδελαΐδα της Αυστραλίας, για να παρακολουθήσει μια δημοπρασία για ένα σπίτι, πριν να διαγνωστεί με κορωνοϊό και απομονωθεί στο νοσοκομείο.

And the is in steady state and cooperate with state authorities to provide more information about places visited in Adelaide.

To get a better picture of their movements in the area, police used a cell phone tracking system commonly used to track criminals.

The system requires nothing more than a phone number and helps retrieve information such as location data collected whenever the phone was connected to a cellular antenna. This data is collected by mobile operators and has nothing to do with whether you have activated the gps system.

Under Australian law, mobile operators are required to collect this information and store it for two years. It is possible to deliver this data to the authorities after a legal order.

Adelaide Public Health Officer Nicola Spurrier said the system was particularly important because the couple did not live in Australia, and could not accurately describe the areas they visited. Using cell phone data, they can better identify these locations.

For the record, the property in Adelaide, where the couple visited and attended their auction, was sealed as a precautionary measure.

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