I think that's the point tough? You have to accept - as a compliant population - that you are willing to have the government track your moves with GPS.Not quite true.If they were such a compliant population why do they use GPS tracking on everyone.vision of those in isolation or quarantine much easier.In an example I have given before if in hotel quarantine and your phone battery dies hence there bein no GPS signal expect a knock on the door from a policeman within 20 minutes.
This proceedure gets over the problem that a few on here worry about with home isolation of people coming and visiting you.The authorities will even know who it is.
There is an insight provided by CNBC: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/15/how-taiwan-beat-the-coronavirus.html
The population is willing to name and shame those who break quarantine, or don't wear masks... if they breach the rules their face could appear on social media.
The government proactively used electronic health records to monitor people's travel, and alert their GPs. In Australia electronic medical records are optional, and a government using our health records could be subject to privacy concerns.
They also state they had a 'no exceptions' policy for things such as masks... in Australia there are lots of people that want exceptions. Or think the rules don't apply to them.