COVID-19

Khaldun: Michigan has coronavirus testing supplies ‘through another week’ (Bridge)

A lack of supplies is particularly worrisome as Michigan logged its biggest one-day jump in cases on Saturday.

Testing for the coronavirus in Michigan, which the state said has ramped up to nearly 2,000 tests a day, may soon slow again because of what the state’s medical chief calls a “dire need” for swabs, reagents and other testing materials.

Based on current testing supplies in Michigan, “we could probably get through another week,” Dr. Joneigh Khaldun told Bridge Magazine.

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