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Kansas will stop 'futile' COVID-19 contact tracing


January 19, 2022

Kansas will stop contact tracing for COVID-19 next month because it is "futile" as confirmed cases increase and the public becomes less interested in participating, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said Tuesday.

The change, which takes effect Feb. 1, means people who test positive for COVID-19 will be responsible for notifying their close contacts about possible exposure. If the person has been exposed at high-risk settings such as schools or daycares, state or local health departments will contact the setting, which will be responsible for notifying close contacts about the...

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