Changes to COVID-19 data collection concerns health experts

With the COVID-19 delta variant driving new waves of outbreaks around the world, some Johns Hopkins health experts said they're worried that there aren't the tools needed to track the strain's spread or identify new virus breakthroughs in this country. As the COVID-19 pandemic wanes and people become more comfortable with relaxed distancing and masking rules, some experts at Johns Hopkins are worried about another lifesaving trend that is dying down -- data collection and sharing.

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