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Trump’s Coronavirus Testing Chief Concedes a Lag in Test Results

NYTimes.com Friday, 31 July 2020 ()
With the reopening plans of schools and businesses hinging on rapid test results, the Trump administration’s testing czar says a two- to three-day turnaround “is not possible.”
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Trump’s Coronavirus Testing Chief Concedes a Lag in Test Results

With the reopening plans of schools and businesses hinging on rapid test results, the Trump administration’s testing czar says a two- to three-day turnaround...
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