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The government has tapped some city employees to do coronavirus contact tracing. But other Angelenos are volunteering to do it.

Why some Angelenos are volunteering to be COVID-19 contact tracers

The government has tapped some city employees to do coronavirus contact tracing. But other Angelenos are volunteering to do it.

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