California inks deal for new system after COVID data backlog

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About a month after California disclosed its COVID-19 tracking system had produced inaccurate case numbers, state officials awarded a $15 million contract to a software company to design a successor capable of collecting greater amounts of more detailed data on the spread of the virus.

About a month after California disclosed its COVID-19 tracking system had produced inaccurate case numbers, state officials awarded a $15 million contract to a software company to design a successor capable of collecting greater amounts of more detailed data on the spread of the virus.

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