Israelis returning home from abroad have a new option that will exempt them from being sent to a quarantine hotel: They can wear a bracelet monitor that will notify authorities should they violate a mandatory isolation period.

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samuraikid
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so you can walk in street with a tracking shit but if you dont have it you need to be in quarantine ? WTF how does a tracking shit makes you dont spread the fake sars2

What’s fake about Covid19? I don’t believe it’s dangerous enough to warrant a confinement like we had here (which introduced a lot more suffering than the disease itself) but there’s nothing fake about it…

Still i agree with your point that tracking does not prevent actual problems. This is the argument we had with CCTV around two decades ago: a camera isn’t gonna help you in case of problem.

samuraikid
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i say fake because you never had a test to a flu, and now you have covid tests

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