Contact Tracing Survey Tracking the public health workforce during the coronavirus crisis
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Contact Tracing Survey

Tracking the public health workforce during the pandemic

Contact tracer Toni Parlanti of Stamford, Conn., calls a person identified as having been potentially exposed to the coronavirus this week. States and territories report they have more than 70,000 people working on contact tracing as of December. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Workforce Barely 'Inching Up' As Cases Surge

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14 States Make Contact Tracing Data Public. Here's What They're Learning

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Coronavirus Cases Are Surging. The Contact Tracing Workforce Is Not

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As States Reopen, Do They Have The Workforce They Need To Stop Coronavirus Outbreaks?

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States Nearly Doubled Plans For Contact Tracers Since NPR Surveyed Them 10 Days Ago

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