COVID data

Choosing an outdoor venue for the sake of distance, Dr. Ken Morton uses a C-N campus picnic table to share data sets he has customized from information provided by the Tennessee Department of Health. – MARK BROWN | THE STANDARD BANNER

The news of an infectious disease making its way across the globe via travelers caught Ken Morton’s attention early this year.

It was as if a toggle switch tripped for the retired Carson-Newman University chemistry professor and longtime professional researcher. He started looking at the Centers for Disease Control and Tennessee Department of Health websites and saw data they were reporting.

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