Denver, Colorado 2021-09-18 13:49:50 –
Colorado Springs, Colorado (AP) — Over 40% of local public health leaders in Colorado have resigned, primarily because of COVID fatigue.
The Colorado Springs Gazette reports that many of them oversaw rural areas, including stupid, bent, Rio Grande, and Teller counties. Escape means that some of the positions are temporarily filled by people with little public health experience.
Leader complaints include questions, threats in proceedings, and names being called at local meetings.
For many health professionals, searching to find people who are qualified to manage public health in rural areas can take longer than in more urban areas with larger candidate pools. Is called.
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