Abby Reyes, director of UCI’s Community Resilience Projects, said over 400 people began the four-week long contact tracing training Monday. She said the trainees will be from various community groups, especially people who live in the neighborhoods, so the contact tracing corps will better understand the array of issues the communities face. “So our efforts through this workshop series is to increase social cohesion and to honor and build community resilience.
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Voice of OC, July 24, 2020
July 24, 2020