State health officials revise COVID postings


The state health department has reworked the way it presents public information about COVID-19 clusters after the business community complained that the agency's original approach was misleading.

The agency is now making public the names of cluster locations with a symptoms onset date in the last two weeks.

The listing no longer includes a cumulative case count associated with a location.

Once a location no longer has five or more cases within two weeks of the symptoms onset date, it will be removed from the . . .


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