The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services headquarters in Washington, D.C. A rule finalized by the Trump administration's HHS on the day before President Biden took office is a "ticking time bomb" left to suck up time and resources at the agency, say lawyers now challenging that Trump rule in court.
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A pathologist holds a vial from a COVID-19 test kit. Various bottlenecks in the U.S. that have constrained widespread testing for the coronavirus were problems in February and persist today.
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MedStar Washington Hospital Center's "ready room" in Washington, D.C., has mostly been used to house emergency supplies — but some storage carts have been moved out to make way for patient assessment stations.