“Some people in our community, when contacted by a contact tracer, are not cooperating,” the Government said, with the officials urging people to please fully cooperate with the contact tracers, noting that they will “protect your privacy.”
The Bermuda Government tweeted the graphics below, saying: “Our contact tracers are working tirelessly to protect Bermuda from the spread of the coronavirus. But some people in our community, when contacted by a contact tracer, are not cooperating.
“If you are contacted by a contact tracer, fully cooperate with them. This whole process is completely anonymous – they will protect your privacy. Your cooperation will protect the health and wellbeing of our community.”