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As States Reopen, Do They Have The Workforce They Need To Stop Coronavirus Outbreaks?-NPR, 6/18

An NPR survey of state health departments shows that the national coronavirus contact tracing workforce has tripled in the past six weeks, from 11,142 workers to 37,110. Yet given their current case counts, only seven states and the District of Columbia are staffed to the level public health researchers say is needed to contain outbreaks. NPR, 06/18/2020

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