Biden CDC Goes Back To Square One On Covid Policy: Gathering Accurate Data | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

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Rachel Maddow points out that because the outgoing administration did such a poor job organizing a response to the coronavirus, their statistics like case count and death totals are inconsistent and unreliable. So, since data is the foundation of measuring a policy's success, the Biden administration began with, among others, an executive order on data collection. Aired on 01/22/2021.
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