How Much Should the Public Know About Who Has a Coronavirus?

When the first case of the coronavirus in Silicon Valley was discovered in late January, health officials were faced with a barrage of questions: What city did the patient live in? Whom had he come in contact with? Which health clinic had he visited before he knew he was infected?
Dr. Sara Cody, the chief health officer for Santa Clara County, which has a population of two million across 15 cities, declined to give details. Medical experts say that how much the public should know has become a critical question that will help determine how the United States confronts this outbreak and future ones.


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