COVID-19 testing and reporting in the US is not adequately organized and is not accurate enough to be the basis for decisions about who should go back to work or school, according to a report from the University of Minnesota's Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy. "For testing to be maximally effective, coordination across the system and across jurisdictions is necessary," according to the report, which called on HHS to create a panel to organize and supervise COVID-19 testing, including distribution of supplies, data reporting and a cautious approach to antibody testing.
Report: COVID-19 testing lacks necessary coordination
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