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White House says more drive-through coronavirus test sites to open this week | NPR

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States with the highest amount of coronavirus cases will be getting more drive-through testing sites. These sites will be capable of testing 2,000 to 4,000 people a day, with senior citizens and healthcare workers given priority. This announcement comes shortly after the realization that some of the test kits distributed earlier on were defective. President Trump has received a mix of both praise and criticism, with some saying he should have taken action sooner against the virus. Declaring the virus a national emergency has now allowed billions of dollars to be allocated for erecting field hospitals and testing centers if necessary.

Source: https://www.npr.org/2020/03/15/816117889/white-house-to-give-update-on-how-to-get-tested-for-coronavirus

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