For Christopher Minick, the hardest part of being a contact tracer is talking to people about the loved ones they lost to Covid-19. The 24-year-old student at the Rutgers School of Public Health is one of roughly 400 volunteers in Newark, N.J.’s new contact-tracing program, one of the largest in the state. The program, which started about two weeks ago, is part of the city’s push to stamp out any new outbreaks of the coronavirus. To read the full story.
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