Our state struggled for the first few months to conduct contact tracing in a timely manner. Lawmakers approved two massive contracts for additional tracers, but I know there are still issues. #ARlegAMA (1/3)
Earlier this month, I heard from a person hired to do contact-tracing work who was frustrated by the lack of training.

I still hear from people who tested positive who say they didn’t hear from contact tracers for days, if they heard from one at all.


Our inability to conduct contact tracing in a proper and timely manner is one of the bigger failures of our state’s response to the pandemic. #ARlegAMA (3/3)

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25 Jul
On this day in 1946, the USS Arkansas, an aging, 26,000-ton Wyoming class battleship, sank at Bikini Atoll in the Marshall Islands during the Baker test, the second of a pair of nuclear weapon tests as part of Operation Crossroads. #ARhistory (1/9)
The Arkansas had been the closest of the ships anchored near the testing site. When the nuclear weapon detonated, the resulting underwater shock wave crushed the ship's starboard hull and rolled her onto her port side.

The ship now rests 170 feet underwater.


The nuclear weapon that sank the Arkansas was one of 23 nuclear devices detonated between 1946 and 1958 at seven test sites near Bikini Atoll. Operation Crossroads, of which the Baker test was a part, marked the start of that testing in 1946. #ARhistory (3/9)
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