PBS NewsHour

How 'constrained' virus testing has crippled U.S. response

Clip: 03/30/2020 | 10m 12s Video has closed captioning.

Despite recent signs of advancement, many health experts say the U.S. capacity to test for the novel coronavirus remains too limited and progress too slow. President Trump has previously claimed anyone could be tested -- but that isn't what we’re hearing from people who have tried. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss.

Aired: 03/30/20

Rating: NR

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