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Danbury contact tracers still not getting cooperation in COVID-19 questioning

Despite the increased community spread of COVID-19, Danbury officials say contact tracing, coupled with testing, remains key to slowing the spread.  Acting Health Department Director Kara Prunty says they're seeing more asymptomatic positive tests returned now, compared to the first wave.  There's more testing than in the Spring, when it was limited to only people showing symptoms.  Hospitalizations are increasing statewide and in Danbury.  Mayor Mark Boughton says some people have been lying or afraid to share their information with contact tracers and wants residents to know they will not be judged on their answers.  The tracers just want to find out where they've been so they can warn others to get tested.

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