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Turkey’s contact tracers piece together infection puzzle

Turkey’s rate of Covid-19 infections is continuing to slow. And the government credits part of that success to the work of the country’s contact tracers. They’re teams of medics who interview every new coronavirus patient - to try and determine how they contracted the disease, and who else they may have infected. Our Melinda Nucifora spent a day with one pair of contact tracers doing the rounds in Istanbul. #turkeycoronavirus #coronaviruspatients #contacttracing

Turkey's trace and test Covid-19 app

Turkey's trace and test Covid-19 app

Coronavirus (Covid-19) explained

Coronavirus (Covid-19) explained

Questions over efficacy of contact tracing apps

Questions over efficacy of contact tracing apps

Coronavirus Pandemic: What’s Next?

Coronavirus Pandemic: What’s Next?

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader to 18 years

UK PM Boris Johnson says he won't resign over lockdown parties

UK PM Boris Johnson says he won't resign over lockdown parties

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

British PM Johnson on edge despite pandemic good news

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

Thousands of buildings in Iran deemed unsafe

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

People in US struggle to keep up with rising costs

Azerbaijan remembers victims of Black January

Azerbaijan remembers victims of Black January

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

Davos meeting to be held online for second time due to pandemic

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ukraine

Cancer patients in Gaza blocked out of treatment

Cancer patients in Gaza blocked out of treatment

Spike in gun licence requests in Israel

Spike in gun licence requests in Israel

Lebanon unemployment continues to rise

Lebanon unemployment continues to rise

Protesters rally in Washington to demand voting rights law

Protesters rally in Washington to demand voting rights law

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