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Slovakia tested almost everyone in the country and ‘broke the curve’

18/11/2020

The U.S., on the other hand, is doing almost 1.6 million tests per day. For months, public health experts have argued that the U.S. should be running more COVID-19 tests—perhaps as many as 20 to 30 million tests each day, versus the roughly 1.6 million daily tests happening now—to help people learn their...
The U.S., on the other hand, is doing almost 1.6 million tests per day. For months, public health experts have argued that the U.S. should be running more COVID-19 tests—perhaps as many as 20 to 30 million tests each day, versus the roughly 1.6 million daily tests happening now—to help people learn their status so they can slow the spread of the virus before a vaccine is widely available. Now, as the virus is surging again, there’s new evidence about how much mass testing could help.Read Full Story The U.S., on the other hand, is doing almost 1.6 million tests per day. For months, public health experts have argued that the U.S. should be running more COVID-19 tests—perhaps as many as 20 to 30 million tests each day, versus the roughly 1.6 million daily tests happening now—to help people learn their status so they can slow the spread of the virus before a vaccine is widely available. Now, as the virus is surging again, there’s new evidence about how much mass testing could help.Read Full Story
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