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Contact tracing: Training to get hired for this essential new role

Google and Apple have paired up to create technology that allows for digital tracing of the coronavirus, but what about the disease tracing done by individuals working for public health departments? Experts predict about 100,000 contact tracers are needed in the U.S. and the job pays well. Kim talks to Erin Schumaker, a health and science reporter for ABC News, who took the Johns Hopkins University contact tracer course and explains how you can get started.

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Stop robocalls for good with Kim’s new eBook

Robocalls interrupt us constantly and scam Americans out of millions of dollars every year. Learn Kim's best tricks for stopping annoying robocalls in this handy guide.

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