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Audio: Rastreo de Contactos de Covid en Comunidades de Migrantes

Dra. Marta Induni, directora del PHI programa de Tracing Health, habla sobre los esfuerzos en condados rurales de los estados de Washington y Oregón para aumentar el rastreo de contactos de Covid en comunidades de trabajadores agrícolas y migrantes.

Dr. Marta Induni, director of PHI’s Tracing Health program, talks about efforts in rural counties in Washington and Oregon states to ramp up Covid contact tracing in migrant, farm working communities (audio in Spanish).

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Marta Induni

Dra. Marta Induni, directora del PHI programa de Tracing Health, habla sobre los esfuerzos en condados rurales de los estados de Washington y Oregón para aumentar el rastreo de contactos de Covid en comunidades de trabajadores agrícolas y migrantes.

Explica cómo funciona el rastreo de contactos y comenta sobre su trabajo para superar la renuencia de muchas personas infectadas a identificar sus contactos, la ayuda que los condados brindan a quienes se encuentran aislados o en cuarentena y el estigma asociado a la enfermedad.

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Dr. Marta Induni, director of PHI’s Tracing Health program, talks about efforts in rural counties in Washington and Oregon states to ramp up Covid contact tracing in migrant, farm working communities (audio above in Spanish).

Dr. Iduni talks about efforts in rural counties in Washington and Oregon states to ramp up Covid contact tracing in migrant, farm working communities. She explains how contact tracing works and comments on her work to overcome the reluctance of many infected people to identify their contacts, the help counties provide to those who go into isolation or quarantine, and the stigma associated with the disease.

Originally published by Radio Bilingüe


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