The Hamilton County Health Department has ended its agreement with the 911 Communications Center to share COVID-19 patient data, a move that came as Gov. Bill Lee’s administration has drawn criticism for directing the state department of health to share similar information with some law enforcement agencies.
At the end of March, the Hamilton County Health Department began sharing “limited data” about patients who tested positive for the virus with 911 dispatchers, according to department administrator Becky Barnes… READ MORE
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