Trump: “Unmatched” COVID-19 Testing Abilities in U.S.

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As the United States gradually re-engages our economy, the work is far from over. Dealing with cases of coronavirus in appropriate manners remains critical, yet highly contested.

Republicans and Democrats have very different ideas on what classifies as appropriate management of COVID-19. While Republicans strive to find a reasonable balance between economic health and public health, Democrats are eager to keep millions out of work until a coronavirus vaccine arrives.

 

Despite the deep partisan divides, President Trump shared some positive news yesterday. The 45th president confirmed that America has “unmatched” and “unrivaled” coronavirus testing, reports Breitbart News.

The Quality of COVID-19 Testing in America

During a press conference at the White House, Trump talked about the successful development of COVID-19 testing over the past few months.

The president described our nation’s testing abilities as “unmatched and unrivaled anywhere in the world.” With this claim came the presentation of a flowchart outlining a notable surge in U.S. coronavirus testing, compared to other nations.

Brett P. Giroir, the Health Admiral assistant secretary, also shared some remarks. During this time, Giroir explained that such progressions in testing don’t happen by chance. Likewise, the assistant secretary also pointed out that health officials have put in “literally 18-20 hours” of daily work over the past couple of months.

Finally, Trump explained that more access to testing plays a critical role in safely reopening America. Additionally came the president’s note that our nation will always find solutions and employ the necessary measures to achieve victory.

 

Reports about increased testing in America come as various states are able to ramp up screenings for COVID-19 cases. Due to a higher abundance of tests, more people across the nation are being encouraged to get checked for coronavirus.

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