1. Many States Still Can't Test Locally For Coronavirus Despite Promises From Trump Regime  Gizmodo
  2. CDC lab for coronavirus test kits may have been contaminated  Axios
  3. US Plans 'Radical Expansion' of Coronavirus Testing  msnNOW
  4. Coronavirus: What businesses need to know  Brooklyn Daily Eagle
  5. Coronavirus: CDC lab investigated for potential faulty test kits - Business Insider  Business Insider
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Alex Azar, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), appeared on the Sunday political TV shows this weekend to reassure Americans that federal health authorities were prepared to tackle the coronavirus crisis, which has so far sickened at least 89 people in 12 states across the U.S. and killed two people in Washington. New York and Florida reported their first cases overnight. But many states still can’t conduct tests for the coronavirus locally, despite the federal government’s promise last week to quickly ship out tests. Alex Azar, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), appeared on the Sunday political TV shows this weekend to reassure Americans that federal health authorities were prepared to tackle the coronavirus crisis, which has so far sickened at least 89 people in 12 states across the U.S. and killed two people in Washington. New York and Florida reported their first cases overnight. But many states still can’t conduct tests for the coronavirus locally, despite the federal government’s promise last week to quickly ship out tests.

Many States Still Can't Test Locally For Coronavirus

The Trump administration has ordered an independent investigation of the lab.The Trump administration has ordered an independent investigation of the lab.

CDC lab for coronavirus test kits may have been contaminated

After weeks of stalled testing for the coronavirus, the United States now has enough diagnostic kits to test 75,000 people, with more on the way, Alex M. Azar II, the health and human services secretary, said on Sunday. The Trump administration has faced widespread criticism for a slow and scattered delivery of testing materials to states, where only 12 labs are capable of diagnosing the virus. Mr. Azar’s announcement, on CBS’s “Face the...

U.S. Plans ‘Radical Expansion’ of Coronavirus Testing

With one case of the infectious coronavirus confirmed in New York City, health officials maintain that the risk to nearly 9 million residents contracting the...With one case of the infectious coronavirus confirmed in New York City, health officials maintain that the risk to nearly 9 million residents contracting the illness remains low — but there are things you can do to prepare for when the virus inevitably spreads. The most important thing New Yorkers can do to protect themselves from COVID-19 and other person-to-person…

Do’s and Don’ts When Protecting Yourself Against Coronavirus – NBC New York

A CDC addresses a glitch in coronavirus testing kits and will significantly expand testing as heath agencies prepare for more U.S. cases.A CDC addresses a glitch in coronavirus testing kits and will significantly expand testing as heath agencies prepare for more U.S. cases.

The CDC fixed a glitch to allow state, locals to test for coronavirus.

In a clear sign that they’re not truly worried about the COVID-19 threat, many Democrats are using it as another club to hit President Trump — facts be damned.In a clear sign that they’re not truly worried about the COVID-19 threat, many Democrats are using it as another club to hit President Trump — facts be damned. At Tuesday’s debate, Mike

Democrats' disgraceful dissembling only increases coronavirus threat

“Marie and I have been watching the news too, and while there's no need to panic, I hope you'll join me in being cautious about your health in the face of coronavirus. Follow @CDCgov to learn more about what to watch for and how to stay healthy ⬇️ https://t.co/IYtFFeniNP”

Jaime Harrison on Twitter: "Marie and I have been watching the news too, and while there's no need to panic, I hope you'll join me in being cautious about your health in the face of coronavirus. Follow @CDCgov to learn more about what to watch for and how to stay healthy ⬇️ https://t.co/IYtFFeniNP"

“For updated and reliable information on the coronavirus visit the @CDCgov: https://t.co/vTOnkGVaBn REMINDER: -wash hands with soap and water -use hand sanitizer -cover your mouth and nose when sneezing and coughing -stay home when sick NY Coronavirus hotline:888-364-3065”

Laura Curran on Twitter: "For updated and reliable information on the coronavirus visit the @CDCgov: https://t.co/vTOnkGVaBn REMINDER: -wash hands with soap and water -use hand sanitizer -cover your mouth and nose when sneezing and coughing -stay home when sick NY Coronavirus hotline:888-364-3065"

“.@VP Pence says @CDCgov is working with local and state health officials to try to figure out how those who contracted “community spread” coronavirus contracted it.”

Jake Tapper on Twitter: ".@VP Pence says @CDCgov is working with local and state health officials to try to figure out how those who contracted “community spread” coronavirus contracted it."

“Looking for up-to-date information on #coronavirus? Take a look at this resource from @CDCgov: https://t.co/4q0vg8gHHr”

Ruben Gallego on Twitter: "Looking for up-to-date information on #coronavirus? Take a look at this resource from @CDCgov: https://t.co/4q0vg8gHHr"

A test for a New York City resident who had traveled to Italy was negative. To date, there have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the city.A test for a New York City resident who had traveled to Italy was negative. To date, there have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the city.

Coronavirus Update: First Infected Person In U.S. Dies, Latest NYC Test Comes Back Negative As City Gets Cleared To Start Local Testing - Gothamist

A 31-year-old emergency room doctor said all the fears about the coronavirus have caused a surge in people asking to be tested.A 31-year-old emergency room doctor said all the fears about the coronavirus have caused a surge in people asking to be tested.

As Coronavirus Spreads, Sick New Yorkers Who Suspect Exposure Say They Can't Get Tested - Gothamist

An FDA official raised the alarm about possible contamination in the lab, where there had been a "manufacturing issue," Axios reported.An FDA official raised the alarm about possible contamination in the lab, where there had been a "manufacturing issue," Axios reported.

Coronavirus: CDC lab investigated for potential faulty test kits - Business Insider

U.S. public health officials face a daunting task to track case contacts of a stealthily spreading #coronavirus.U.S. public health officials face a daunting task to track case contacts of a stealthily spreading #coronavirus.

‘Speed is critical': As coronavirus spreads in U.S., officials trace contacts

The CDC designed a flawed test for COVID-19, then took weeks to figure out a fix so state and local labs could use it.The CDC designed a flawed test for COVID-19, then took weeks to figure out a fix so state and local labs could use it.

Missteps at the CDC Have Set Back Its Ability to Detect Spread of Coronavirus

Mike Pence warns that more cases are on the way.

Coronavirus cases spread as nation’s second death reported - POLITICO

If you have a cough and slight fever, would a call to the doctor be a sign of panic? Or in the age of coronavirus, would it be prudent?If you have a cough and slight fever, would a call to the doctor be a sign of panic? Or in the age of coronavirus, would it be prudent?

I have a cough and fever. Should I get checked for coronavirus? - Los Angeles Times