DiscoverReopening AmericaAs Coronavirus Cases Surge, Testing Shortfalls Are Leading to Long Lines Again
As Coronavirus Cases Surge, Testing Shortfalls Are Leading to Long Lines Again

As Coronavirus Cases Surge, Testing Shortfalls Are Leading to Long Lines Again

Update: 2020-07-01
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It’s happening again. As we moved to reopen the country, cases are starting to surge and the demand for testing is increasing. But testing shortfalls are causing long lines in hard hit states such as Florida and Texas. Without a vaccine, testing has become the first line of defense and delays complicate everything. Emma Court, healthcare reporter at Bloomberg News, joins us for how testing is hitting a snag again.

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As Coronavirus Cases Surge, Testing Shortfalls Are Leading to Long Lines Again

As Coronavirus Cases Surge, Testing Shortfalls Are Leading to Long Lines Again

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