A new report finds that the United States still doesn’t have an efficient process to report vital information that could help contain COVID-19.
These delays and the lack of adequate testing are “making people sicker, are making the outbreaks bigger, and are leading to more deaths."
Nearly 120,000 Americans have died of COVID-19 and case counts are surging in several states, including Texas and Florida, both of which recorded more than 4,000 new cases on Saturday, setting new single-day records.
A Los Angeles man whose wife died of coronavirus is now in quarantine with symptoms. He still cannot get a test.