Lake County contact tracer Kelley Donley shares the process of investigating the chain of COVID exposures

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Maryama Diaw, a contact tracer with New York City’s Health + Hospitals battling the coronavirus pandemic, sets up her remote calling system at her home before reaching out to potential patients Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, in New York. The city has hired more than 3,000 tracers and the city says it’s now meeting its goal of reaching about 90% of all newly diagnosed people and completing interviews with 75%. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Lake County contact tracer Kelley Donley joins John Williams to describe how she does her job to investigate COVID cases. She talks about the initial phone call with those who have tested positive or been exposed to COVID and what comes next.

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