The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program, housed at the University of Baltimore Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement, allows first responders to enter overdose... Pandemic may be leading to increase in overdoses

The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program, housed at the University of Baltimore Center for Drug Policy and Enforcement, allows first responders to enter overdose cases directly into its national database, providing a nearly real-time look at cases in counties, cities and states. The program noticed in June that nearly 62 percent of its participating counties were seeing an increases in overdoses after March 19 compared to the weeks before.

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