Rockland County, New York is now issuing subpoenas for CV contact tracing after the residents refused to be tracked, according to reports. It all started with a party that was held where several people contracted CV, NBC 4 New York, reports. State officials have started to issue subpoenas after citizens refused to cooperate with contact tracing, as they probe a new virus cluster. Health officials are investigating a new cluster of eight or more COVID-19 cases in Rockland County tied to at least three parties with a focus on one larger one earlier this month. The county plans to resort to the use of subpoenas in order to force people to work with contact tracers as they work to contain a new potential outbreak. It may mark the first time in the tri-state area that such a measure has been taken over COVID contact tracing noncompliance. Those who do not follow the orders could face a civil penalty of up to $2,000 a day. The eight Clarkstown residents involved in the parties faced similar fines until they complied with the county’s subpoenas.Read More
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