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October 1, 2020 | State Testing Targets

Brown University School of Public Health and HGHI update state testing targets, in collaboration with NPR. We've found that a new screening approach can test more asymptomatic people.

"We must catalyze a massive investment in and scale-up of our testing infrastructure—and we must do it now."

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America Needs to Radically Rethink Our COVID-19 Testing Approach

America Needs to Radically Rethink Our COVID-19 Testing Approach

At this critical moment in our nation’s fight against COVID-19, it is time to radically rethink our approach to testing. The way forward is not a perfect test, but one offering rapid results.

In April, Congress appropriated $25 billion for coronavirus testing. Where did the money go?

In April, Congress appropriated $25 billion for coronavirus testing. Where did the money go?

The U.S. Congress is currently deliberating additional supports for states to improve the nation's testing and tracing infrastructure. To inform distribution mechanisms for these much needed funds, it's important to check in on how the previous appropriation for testing ($25 billion in the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act, passed in April) was spent, or not spent, by HHS.

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