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SEATTLE, WA - MARCH 16: Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan speaks at a news conference about the coronavirus outbreak Monday, March 16, 2020, in Seattle. Gov. Jay Inslee ordered all bars, restaurants, entertainment and recreation facilities to temporarily close to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the state with by far the most deaths in the U.S. from the disease. (Photo by Elaine Thompson, Pool/Getty Images)
NYTVIRUS -President Donald Trump with Attorney General William Barr, make remarks before signsing an executive order in the Oval Office that will punish Facebook, Google and Twitter for the way they police content online, Thursday, May 28, 2020. ( Photo by Doug Mills/The New York Times)
The Coronavirus Testing Paradox
Administering coronavirus tests requires time and supplies that are already running out. But aggressive testing has proven to be the best way to track and isolate the disease, stopping its spread. The best path forward depends on where you are.
Coronaviruses research, conceptual illustration. Vials of blood in a centrifuge being tested for coronavirus infection.
He Tested Negative For COVID. Two Days Later This Doc Was On A Ventilator.
More details emerge about two ER doctors being treated for COVID-19.
Hospitals ‘Nervous’ Over Knock-on Effects From COVID Medical Supply Breakdown
A secondary, knock-on effect of coronavirus is that patients who come down with other illnesses may be unable to get treatment due to medical shortages caused by the outbreak.
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