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The U.S. may need digital contact tracing more than any other country, but it may turn its back on the very lifesaving innovations it has helped develop.
Using their continuity of operations and disaster-recovery plans, Illinois officials quickly pivoted to a zero-trust, hybrid multi-cloud and multi-premise environment to support remote state workers.
Analyzing factors such as population density, demographics, climate and transportation statistics could help policy-makers find strategies that could control the virus without taking a huge toll on the economy, one researcher says.
Scientists at NASA have released instructions a 3D-printed pendant that reminds wearers not to touch their face.
Researchers at Colorado State University are leveraging data from wireless cellular networks to pinpoint locations at risk of spreading COVID-19.
From industrial decontamination units to kitchen appliances, scientists have devised ways to extend the life of N95 masks.
As governments lean into data-driven pandemic response, one expert offers insights into how agencies can make their data visualizations more transparent and trustworthy.
Approximately three-quarters of states have chatbots helping agencies answer unemployment insurance or COVID-related questions, according to new research from the National Association of State CIOs.
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