Nurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: APNurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: AP
Nurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: AP

As global coronavirus cases pass 24 million, US baffles experts with testing change

  • New CDC guidance says those exposed to infected people don’t have to get tested if they don’t feel sick
  • Scientist say advice runs counter to steps needed to control pandemic, since many cases are asymptomatic

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Nurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: APNurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: AP
Nurse practitioner Debbi Hinderliter collects a sample from a woman at a coronavirus testing site in San Diego. Photo: AP
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