The Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine has created a map which demonstrates the non-compliance with the rules of self-isolation of people returning from abroad from countries where the coronavirus is rife.
This was announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Digital Transformation Mikhail Fedorov on Telegram.
“They have created a map which demonstrates the non-compliance with the rules of self-isolation for people who have returned from abroad, from countries where the coronavirus is rife,” he said.
Fedorov added that by analyzing a large amount of data, colonies have been identified in which people who have returned from abroad live and are less likely to adhere to quarantine – they are the least self-isolated for 14 days after their arrival.
The Ministry of Figures receives data from mobile Big Data operators on more than half a million people. These subscribers returned to Ukraine from where there is an epidemic, from March 17. Based on this data, a map is created which can be used, he says.
The data of mobile operators does not contain personal information about subscribers, says Fedorov. In other words, no specific recipient is followed. Only information on:
– the number of people in the village who have returned from abroad;
– countries and return channels;
– the number of people who do not respect quarantine (more than n% days from the date of return);
– the total number of other people with whom the intruders communicated.
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The card will be used to: assess the level of quarantine compliance by people at high risk of carrying COVID-19 in different cities, optimize the allocation of resources in regions where the level of compliance is low and plan safety and health protection measures.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru