The Telegraph: Can Amazon Save Britain’s Test and Trace System?

The Telegraph: Can Amazon Save Britain’s Test and Trace System?

Access Partnership’s Policy Manager, Tiernan Kenny, spoke to The Telegraph on the prospects of Amazon taking over the UK test and trace system:

“Their logistics system is unparalleled. I think the main reason for a tech firm like Amazon being interested in getting involved would be if they were able to automate a huge amount of it… At which point there would be concerns on the side of the Government, where an automated system could leave some people behind.”

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