New White House Guidance for When States Can Move To Reopen

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New White House Guidance for When States Can Move To Reopen

The White House Thursday offered a blueprint for states to re-open. It starts with a decline in confirmed cases of COVID-19 and includes extensive testing that does not yet exist. Johns Hopkins epidemiologist Jennifer Nuzzo told NPR’s Rachel Martin that the lack of testing means the outbreak is still largely unpredictable.

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This episode was recorded and published as part of this podcast’s former ‘Coronavirus Daily’ format.