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“Is COVID-19 Outpacing Test and Contact Tracing?” Podcast with Marta Induni of PHI’s Tracing Health Program

On this podcast episode of "A Shot in the Arm," Dr. Marta Induni of PHI's Tracing Health program discusses whether COVID-19 testing and contact tracing programs are reaching the people in need, what have we learned, and where we go from here.

In the latest “Shot in the Arm” podcast, PHI’s Dr. Marta Induni gives an update on the Tracing Health program and discusses contact tracing in the communities most impacted by COVID-19. The series on COVID-19 is a collaboration between the podcast and the Bay Area Global Health Alliance.

"We teach our staff through 'trauma informed training.' We are working with traumatized communities and our contact tracers are from those communities."

Dr. Marta Induni, Tracing Health

You can also watch Mary Pittman, PHI President and CEO and Board Chair of the Bay Area Global Health Alliance discussing “COVID-19: Public Health on the Line” on a previous episode of the Shot in the Arm podcast.


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