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CDC Director on Her Plans to Shake Up the Agency

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s director, Rochelle Walensky, is looking to reorganize the agency in the wake of what she called “some pretty dramatic, pretty public mistakes” during the pandemic. We talk to her about some of the CDC’s fumbles and how she thinks the agency could do better.

Further Reading:

CDC Director Outlines Restructuring Plans 

CDC Director Aims to Improve Covid-19 Messaging, Data Collection 

Further Listening:

How Will We Know When the Pandemic’s Over? 

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