Report to the president on testing and tracing
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South Carolina General Assembly. Senate. Re-Open South Carolina Select Committee
SubjectCOVID-19 (Disease)--Diagnosis--South Carolina; COVID-19 (Disease)--Transmission--South Carolina--Prevention; Public health surveillance--South Carolina
The Chairman of the Re-Open South Carolina Select Committee appointed a subcommittee to evaluate the state’s COVID-19 testing and tracing efforts. Presenters to the subcommittee were asked to submit to the subcommittee specific recommendations for immediate legislative actions or appropriations that would promote 1) increased COVID-19 testing and/or 2) quicker lab analysis of specimens and reporting of results to those tested. Based on the testimony at the meetings and the recommendations submitted, this report of recommendations requiring legislative action or appropriations as well as those which are directed to the appropriate agencies is made to the President.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
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