The people have a right to know.

I’ve heard and read that sentiment often in recent months. Usually, it’s in response to news reports or social media posts about the number of people who’ve tested positive for COVID-19. Local residents, worried about the virus activity in their community, want to know who has it, and what’s being done to keep them safe.

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