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Public health experts and even some lawmakers have warned for months that the U.S. needs a ["]more robust["] testing system, especially with the virus[es] likely to continue circulating well after the pandemic officially[?!] ends
"The thing that's more important than the number of tests is how fast the results come back," [The Rockefeller Foundation's Pandemic Prevention Institute pathogen surveillance director Sam] Scarpino said. "In some ways, it would be more important for us to be doing fewer [COVID-19] tests and getting them back to people faster. We're gonna have to be ready for prioritizing who gets access to those tests."
by Cat on Sun Dec 19th, 2021 at 11:26:30 PM EST
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