A CLOSER LOOK: COVID-19 prison data as of 7/13

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A CLOSER LOOK: COVID-19 prison data as of 7/13

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There was recently a spike in the number of covid cases in Arkansas State Prison facilities. Officials suggest this may be due to early testing. They point to the fact that if a person has been exposed recently and is tested right away they may not have enough of a viral load to test positive for the virus even though they are carrying it. This causes false negatives and results in those people not being isolated. The officials also point to supply chain issues preventing them from testing as much as they would like.
incarceration, prison, Arkansas, testing, supply chain, isolation, false negative, quarantine

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