Police could have access to contact details of people who have been told to self-isolate through NHS Test and Trace.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHCS) said forces will have access “on a case-by-case” basis to information that would enable them to know if an individual has been told to self-isolate.
And it could lead to you being fined.
The move comes as the DHSC updated its online guidance on Friday on how coronavirus testing data will be handled.
People who fail to self-isolate “without reasonable justification” could have their name, address and contact details passed on to their local authority and then to the police, the DHSC’s website said.
“This may lead
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