Kentucky Contact Tracing Efforts

The man in charge of Kentucky’s contact tracing efforts is asking medical professionals to help them get the word out about that task.Mark Carter, Cabinet for Health and Family Services, spoke Monday to members of the Kentucky Primary Care Association.He said Kentucky has more than $75 million allocated to the contact tracing initiative, because of the cares act. That’s allowed them to hire hundreds of people to help with that effort, but they need the publics’ help. Those workers notify people who have had contact with people who test positive for COVID-19.




Source: MG News


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