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Tennessee will stop providing COVID-19 patient data to law enforcement, first responders

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Tennessee will stop providing COVID-19 patient data to law enforcement, first responders

Tennessee will stop providing COVID-19 patient data to law enforcement, first responders

The state says it will stop providing the names of patients who've tested positive for the virus, effective Sunday, May 31.

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