Documenting COVID-19

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Barry-Eaton District Health Department COVID-19 variant emails and contact tracing notes

Date Updated: April 19, 2021

Date Added: April 19, 2021

Barry and Eaton counties, MI

Principal Subject: J. Daniel Woodall and Colette Scrimger, medical director and health officer, Barry-Eaton District Health Department

This material includes the Barry-Eaton District Health Department's internal emails, memos and contact tracing notes related to COVID-19 variants, including the U.K. B.1.1.7 strain of the virus.

Date Range: February 1 to April 8, 2021

Format Details: .zip of .pdf file with related .eml and .msg files (3.2 MB)

Ionia County Health Department COVID-19 variant emails and contact tracing notes

Date Updated: April 19, 2021

Date Added: April 19, 2021

Ionia County, MI

Principal Subject: Ionia County Health Officer Ken Bowen

This material includes the Ionia County Health Department's internal emails, memos and contact tracing notes related to COVID-19 variants, including the U.K. B.1.1.7 strain of the virus.

Date Range: February 1 to February 17, 2021

Format Details: .pdf (173 pages, duplicative material, 7 MB)

University of Central Florida COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: November 11, 2020

Date Added: August 28, 2020

Orange County, FL

Principal Subject: Maribeth Ehasz, vice president of Student Development and Enrollment Services

This material includes emails sent to, from or copied to Maribeth Ehasz, vice president of Student Development and Enrollment Services, regarding Covid-19 response, including fall reopening plans for the University of Central Florida.

Date Range: June 17, 2020, to July 29, 2020

Format Details: PDF, 1,600 pages

Hays County COVID-19 response and emails

Date Updated: September 15, 2020

Date Added: August 3, 2020

Hays County, TX

Principal Subject: Hays County Operations Director Tammy Crumley and Epidemiologist Eric Schneider

These documents include emails sent from, to or copied to Hays County Operations Director Tammy Crumley and Epidemiologist Eric Schneider regarding COVID-19 in Hays County.

Date Range: June 1 to August 3, 2020

Format Details: .pdf (14.6MB, 661 pages)

Ector County, Texas Health Department COVID-19 emails and response

Date Updated: August 5, 2020

Date Added: August 3, 2020

Ector County, TX

Principal Subject: Ector County Health Department Director Brandy Garcia

This material includes email correspondence, and all underlying documentation contained therein, requested between June 1, 2020 to July 30, 2020, 2020, sent to, from or copied to Brandy Garcia containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings: “covid”; “coronavirus”; “reopen*”; “outbreak”, with April 23, 2020 information included as well

Date Range: April 23 to July 30, 2020

Format Details: .pdf (336 pages)

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