Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday urged all residents to cooperate with the commonwealth's COVID-19 contact tracing initiative and characterized it as a key step toward getting back to normal in Massachusetts.
"If you happen to receive a phone call from the contact tracing collaborative, we urge residents to take this call and provide the relevant information," Baker said at his daily press briefing. "
"It's also key to helping our state build a strategy for how we can get back to something like a new normal. And it's also part of an important effort to protect your loved ones and neighbors.
Baker announced the creation of the contact tracing program and the commonwealth's collaboration with the non-profit Partners in Health on April 3.
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