On June 17, a crowd of up to 100 people, most of them in their early 20s, attended a party at a home in Rockland County, New York, just north of New York City.The event violated a state order in effect at the time that capped gatherings at 10 people in an effort to slow the coronavirus' spread.For local officials, that was just the start of the problem.The party's host, who was showing signs of being sick at the time, later tested positive for the virus. So did eight guests. County officials, eager to keep the cluster from growing, dispatched disease tracers to try to learn who else might have been exposed to the virus at the party.The tracers hit a wall."My staff has been told that...
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