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Medical detectives drill down into corona-virus data

Health officials say figuring out the path of the coronavirus is key to controlling it. They have employed the help of spies, data scientists, epidemiologists and others to study who is likely to get COVID-19 and where it will travel next. Containing the spread is key to slowing down COVID-19 and the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are using a variety of surveillance systems to gather information. University of Cincinnati adjunct associate professor of environmental health Florence Fulk says that's important.

Segment includes comments from Florence Fulk, PhD, adjunct associate professor in the Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences at the UC College of Medicine.

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