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Most of the coronavirus tests the U.S. does are worthless. But there’s a solution that could actually work — and stop the spread.
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Most of the coronavirus tests the U.S. does are worthless. But there's a solution that could actually work — and stop the spread.
Although President Trump is correct that the U.S. has conducted more tests than any other country, it’s not testing enough, given the scale of its outbreak. And the testing it is doing isn’t helping as much as it should. The good news is that there might be a simple solution: new tests that prioritize speed over sensitivity.
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Most of the coronavirus tests the U.S. does are worthless. But there’s a solution that could actually work — and stop the spread.
Unfortunately, the latest data now shows that testing is falling across much of the U.S. According to Johns Hopkins University, the average number of COVID-19 tests conducted per 1,000 people has declined over the last week in 30 states — more than half the country. Nationally, the average number of daily tests has dropped by 8.75 percent over the same period, from 822,470 on July 29 to 750,517 on August 4. Most are states — 22 in all — where a high percentage of COVID-19 tests are still coming back positive, which indicates they’re not casting a wide enough net to track (and control) their outbreaks.
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