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"According to the union National Nurses United, 44% of surveyed nurses said their employer provided them with information to identify potential coronavirus cases. Only 19% of the 6,500 nurses across 48 states surveyed knew if their employer had policies to take action if workers were potentially exposed to the virus."
On January 20, state and local health departments in the United States, in collaboration with teams deployed from CDC, began identifying and monitoring all persons considered to have had close contact with patients with confirmed COVID-19. The aims of these efforts were to ensure rapid evaluation and care of patients, limit further transmission, and better understand risk factors for transmission.