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Contact Tracing for Native Americans in Rural Arizona


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Contact Tracing for Native Americans in Rural Arizona


Our critical access hospital in rural eastern Arizona provides health care and public health services for a community of approximately 18,000 Native Americans. Ours was one of the last areas in the state to see Covid-19, and we therefore had time to prepare our public health response.




Close, Ryan M., and Myles J. Stone. 2020. "Contact Tracing for Native Americans in Rural Arizona." New England Journal of Medicine 383 (3):e15.


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