A woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP PhotoA woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP Photo
A woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP Photo

politico | Why the US still has not solved its coronavirus testing crisis

  • The nation has conducted more than 4 million tests in the past week, more than ever before
  • There are fears that the virus could spiral out of control in the coming months

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP PhotoA woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP Photo
A woman is tested for coronavirus at a mobile Covid-19 testing unit in Massachusetts. Photo: AP Photo
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