Apr, 2021
COVID-19 Testing in State Prisons
Council on Criminal Justice
Schnepel, Kevin T.; Jemison, Erin; Engel, Leonard W. (Len); Abaroa-Ellison, Joanna
From the Introduction: "This report explores the potential relationship between COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] testing rates and COVID-19 infection and mortality outcomes across the 32 state prison systems where information necessary to conduct such an analysis was publicly available. The report also describes how four state DOCs [departments of corrections] (Colorado, Connecticut, Michigan, and Vermont) implemented mass testing, and details the steps that accompanied or followed testing."

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