On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed the possibility of the government creating a tracking app to see who has been infected with the coronavirus and where they were traveling too.

"The government has no right to to track you, trace you or surviel you without a warrant. It does it without a warrant. If it does so, without a warrant and attempts to use information, it gathers without a warrant and a criminal prosecution, theoretically, the courts will not let it do so. But the purpose of the warrant requirement is to keep your free from government surveillance, whether they're going to use the materials gathered for a criminal prosecution or for not. What I think will happen is if the government starts telling people or suggesting to people or rewarding people for using these apps, somebody else will develop an app that will negate the government's app."