Testing Gap Slows WH Reopening Efforts : Politics Podcast The White House has now issued guidance about when communities can begin to reopen, a phased plan based on downward trends in positive cases. But for that plan to be safely executed, testing will have to become far more widespread than it is now.

Also, what role did gender play in the Democratic primary?

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A Lot More Testing Has To Happen Before US Can Reopen

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A Lot More Testing Has To Happen Before US Can Reopen

A Lot More Testing Has To Happen Before US Can Reopen

A Lot More Testing Has To Happen Before US Can Reopen

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The White House has now issued guidance about when communities can begin to reopen, a phased plan based on downward trends in positive cases. But for that plan to be safely executed, testing will have to become far more widespread than it is now. Also, what role did gender play in the Democratic primary?

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