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Mike Bloomberg to help create 'tracing army' to tame New York outbreak

The Age Wednesday, 22 April 2020
The former New York City mayor will contribute at least $US10 million to create a "tracing army" that will help find people infected with the coronavirus.
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New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are coming together for the next phase of the coronavirus pandemic to test, trace and isolate cases on a mass scale. CBS2's John Dias has the details.

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