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Thu Sep 17, 2020, 02:09 PM

Has the "testing" for the coronavirus been cut back?

There seems to be less cases reported lately than in the last few months?

However, the number of deaths seems to be steady, or spiking? The decline in testing will not stop people from dying of this deadly virus.

Also, we hear that there are new surges of the virus in Europe. The US may have only been the beginning of this terrible pandemic. It could be far from over. There are places in the world where it may get worse than what we have experienced?

It may turn out that we were the "lucky" ones. Although we have almost 200,000 dead, it could get much worse. Not just in America, but around the world. We simply do not know where we are headed with this pandemic.

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kentuck Sep 17 OP
Luz Sep 17 #1

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Thu Sep 17, 2020, 02:27 PM

1. I don't hear about testing anymore, at least not for us peons.

I'm just glad that college football teams are getting one daily . I've been concerned.

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