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I Was Quarantined at Home in Hong Kong and Wore a Tracking Wristband

The tech Hong Kong uses to track its self-isolating citizens during Coronavirus

An airline passenger wears a tracking bracelet after leaving a temporary coronavirus testing center at the AsiaWorld-Expo for arriving passengers in Hong Kong on April 18, 2020. Photo: ISAAC LAWRENCE/Getty Images

On March 30, 2020, I arrived home to Hong Kong after the city imposed a mandatory 14-day self-isolation period for all travelers under Cap. 599 (the Compulsory Quarantine of Persons Arriving at Hong Kong from Foreign




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Natalie Chyi

Natalie Chyi

I like thinking about tech, policy, and society ✨Cornell Tech LLM ’19 + Internet Law and Policy Foundry Fellow

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