The coronavirus confronts us with a social dilemma, which is influenced by our social environment and technology. What can policymakers do to motivate people to take collective action for a long period of time?
Coronalert, a contact-tracing app currently under development for Belgium, might qualify as a medical device according to the EU law on medical devices. This blog explores who would be a manufacturer of the app and which obligations such entity would have.
The government will soon start an information campaign to make clear why contact tracing is necessary. We hope that it will also be able to eliminate the urban myths.