How a public safety system became a Covid lifeline

In stepped FirstNet

SOURCE: politico.com

DATE: September 30, 2020

TRIAL BY FIRE: When the coronavirus pandemic arrived, medical professionals scrambled to set up outdoor testing centers, telemedicine links and data hubs to track how the disease spread.

For many communities, including in remote and underserved parts of the country, a lack of one key resource threatened to throw the whole effort sideways: broadband internet. In stepped FirstNet READ MORE

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