Attend a virtual Times event on the Wild West of virus testing and the scramble to reopen.
Tuesday, May 12 at 4 p.m. Eastern
In the face of enormous pressure to reopen, many states are struggling to implement adequate testing and contact tracing programs — measures that public health experts say are necessary to prevent the coronavirus from spreading rapidly and claiming more lives. Why is this so hard? And what can states do today — even without the testing they need?
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