Administration to invest $7.4 billion to hire and train public health workers to respond to pandemic

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5/13/2021 6:15:00 PM

The Biden administration will invest $7.4 billion to recruit and hire public health workers to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic and prepare for future public health challenges, the White House announces.

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