Contact IndyStar reporter Shari Rudavsky at 317-444-6354 or email@example.com. Follow her on Facebook and on Twitter: @srudavsky. The grants run for two years. Source
The Indiana State Department of Health will receive $34.8 million, including more than $7.89 million geared toward rural communities. More:9 of 11 states in the Big Ten have NIL laws in the works. Here’s why Indiana doesn’t.
The Health and Hospital Corp. of Marion County will receive more than $5.9 million. In all, Indiana received $40,705,446 from the CDC. Geared for local and state health departments, the grants focus on improving COVID testing and contact tracing for higher risk, underserved populations, including racial and ethnic minority groups. This money can also be used to reduce COVID-19-related health disparities and improve the ability to control viral spread, the CDC said in a press release.
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