New Wuhan Cases, Uninsured Americans Data, U.S. Testing Supplies Shortage The Chinese city of Wuhan is planning to test all 11 million residents in the coming days after six new COVID-19 cases surfaced, weeks after the city began relaxing its lockdown. New Kaiser Family Foundation data crunches the numbers on how many Americans are estimated to have lost health insurance during the pandemic. And, how did the U.S. end up with a shortage of medical supplies such as swabs at a time when they're desperately needed for coronavirus testing?
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New Wuhan Cases, Uninsured Americans Data, U.S. Testing Supplies Shortage

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New Wuhan Cases, Uninsured Americans Data, U.S. Testing Supplies Shortage

New Wuhan Cases, Uninsured Americans Data, U.S. Testing Supplies Shortage

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The Chinese city of Wuhan is planning to test all 11 million residents in the coming days after six new COVID-19 cases surfaced, weeks after the city began relaxing its lockdown. New Kaiser Family Foundation data crunches the numbers on how many Americans are estimated to have lost health insurance during the pandemic. And, how did the U.S. end up with a shortage of medical supplies such as swabs at a time when they're desperately needed for coronavirus testing?