For Malheur County schools, contact tracing is a win – with a cost

Kristie "Rae" Cooper, lead investigator with the Malheur County Health Department, works at her desk one day last week in Ontario. (The Enterprise/Liliana Frankel)

ONTARIO – Since the school year began in August, rising Covid case counts have created a logistical puzzle for nurses and administrators using careful contact tracing to minimize the number of students who need to quarantine. 

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