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Emily S. Barrett, PhD , Tracy R. Andrews, MS , Jason Roy, PhD , Patricia Greenberg, MS , Jeanne M. Ferrante, MD, MPH , Daniel B. Horton, MD, MSCE , Marsha Gordon, MPH , Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, PhD, MS , Maria B. Pellerano, MA, MBA, MPH , Alfred F. Tallia, MD, MPH , Mark Budolfson, PhD , Panos Georgopoulos, PhD , Dorothy Reed , Beverly Lynn, EdD , Robert Rosati, PhD , Manuel Castañeda, MS, MJ, CHC , Francis Dixon , Chris Pernell, MD, MPH , Diane Hill, PhD , Manuel E. Jimenez, MD, MS, FAAP , Martin J. Blaser, MD , Reynold Panettieri Jr., PhD , and Shawna V. Hudson, PhD Emily S. Barrett, Tracy R. Andrews, Jason Roy, Patricia Greenberg, Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, Mark Budolfsen, and Panos Georgopoulos are with the Rutgers School of Public Health, Piscataway, NJ. Jeanne M. Ferrante, Daniel B. Horton, Marsha Gordon, Maria B. Pellerano, Alfred F. Tallia, Manuel E. Jimenez, and Shawna V. Hudson are with the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, NJ. Dorothy Reed is with Sister2Sister Inc, Somerset, NJ. Beverly Lynn is with Programs for Parents Inc, Newark, NJ. Robert Rosati is with the Connected Health Institute, Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, Holmdel, NJ. Manuel Castañeda is with New Brunswick Tomorrow, New Brunswick, NJ. Francis Dixon is with New Hope NOW Community Development Corporation, Newark, NJ. Chris Pernell is with University Hospital, Newark, NJ. Diane Hill is with Rutgers University-Newark, Newark, NJ. Martin J. Blaser is with the Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. Reynold Panettieri Jr. is with the Rutgers Institute for Translational Medicine and Science, New Brunswick, NJ. “Community- Versus Health Care Organization–Based Approaches to Expanding At-Home COVID-19 Testing in Black and Latino Communities, New Jersey, 2021”, American Journal of Public Health 112, no. S9 (November 1, 2022): pp. S918-S922.

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