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Boston - Why Charlie Baker Thinks 'Contact Tracing' Cases May Help Slow COVID-19

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Massachusetts is leading the way in a new effort to track the spread of covert nineteen as the state braces for the expected surging coronavirus infections and deaths Massachusetts is breaking new ground in the fight against the spread of the deadly virus governor Charlie Baker announced the launch of unambitious covert nineteen tracing program to track the spread of the contagious virus from person to person we have the ability to lead and how we respond to this public health threat in the long term the launching this program is a major way the we are harnessing the talent and brainpower of our health care field to implement this program the state will work with a local non profit partners in health and higher close to a thousand contact tracers who work to track the spread of Kobe dying teen aged forty individuals who may have contracted the virus and not know it at the statehouse Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news news

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