An automatic dialer created by the Estonian Health and Welfare Information Systems Center (TEHIK) has made over 800 robocalls during September 14=20 notifying people of having come into close contact with a coronavirus carrier and saved hundreds of work hours for coronavirus detectives in the process.
The head of the northern region of the Health Board, Ester Opik, said that the robot caller has also begun checking up on people who had been notified and inquiring if they have developed coronavirus symptoms.
"If the person feels unwell, they are req...
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