COVID-19 testing failure falls primarily on Trump administration

April 7, 2020

Any assignment of responsibility must recognize that doing so is complicated. A disaster of the magnitude of the spread of the COVID-19 virus has no single origin. But at the same time, this complexity should not deter us from trying to understand what happened. While there were at least four components to the failure to develop a COVID-19 testing regime, these components are not all equal in their contributions.

Opinion by Stuart Shapiro, The Hill, April 7, 2020

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