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Right now, she said, contact-tracing efforts are hindered by “deep disincentives” for people to quarantine.
That not only created a risk for everyone – since that person may be exposed to others while being transported to wherever they were getting tested – it also created a disincentive to test people who weren’t symptomatic, he said.
That’s because while many Democrats favor a bigger bill, Republicans by and large think the economy is in better shape than it was last spring and have objected to benefits that might serve as a disincentive, keeping Americans from looking for work.

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