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    • Mark replied 9 months ago

      Thanks Marilyne – Good coverage! Recently completed the Johns Hopkins Contact Tracing course. As you mention above the critical piece is to have a plan. Contagion (not just COVID-19) is GOING to appear at an event. But if prepared properly, it can be dealt with quickly to minimize any spread to other attendees/staff. (isolate vs quarantine) More importantly, the plan will give attendees confidence they can attend safely.

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