Coronavirus: 150 contact tracers needed in Lincolnshire after lockdown
Up to 150 contact tracers will need to be trained in order to tackle the spread of coronavirus in Lincolnshire after lockdown.
Both new and current staff will be trained by Lincolnshire’s public health team to track down and isolate people who have come into contact with positive Covid-19 cases.
Tony McGinty, assistant director of public health at Lincolnshire County Council, said the county would need a bigger team to tackle the scale of the virus.
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