Developed at a Michigan hospital, the new test uses blood, saliva, or urine instead of nose swabs.
Data from Harvard says most states need to conduct much more coronavirus testing in order to fight the virus.
Despite large protests and reopening businesses, COVID-19 cases have not risen significantly.
Already more susceptible to infection, minority communities don’t have easy access to testing centers. Neither do rural areas.
Following large-scale events in Michigan, more people are looking to get tested for the coronavirus.
Coronavirus tests will now be given to anyone who wants one, not just those with symptoms.
The Family Health Center will host this week’s drive-through COVID-19 testing site at its main office.
Kalamazoo health officials are encouraging entire families to be tested for COVID-19 at a rolling test site.
The county and the state partnered to test residents and staff and nine county nursing homes.
The state is expanding coronavirus testing to anybody who needs it, while also launching a new state COVID-19 information dashboard.