Politico March 31, 2021
By Sarah Owermohle

The watchdog recommended the steps as part of its call for a sweeping overhaul of federal data on Covid-19.

Federal health agencies need to be more transparent about critical Covid-19 data, particularly on race and ethnicity and infections at nursing homes, the Government Accountability Office said Wednesday.

The watchdog recommended those steps as part of its call for a sweeping overhaul of federal data on Covid-19, based on its probe of efforts to collect and analyze pandemic statistics across agencies.

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