Trump Should Have Focused On National COVID-19 Testing Plan, US House Says In ‘Failure To Lead’ Report
States left to fend for themselves in containing the coronavirus, report says
President Trump has failed to use appropriate legal authorities to fight the coronavirus, US House leaders say in a new report.
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Under an extensive COVID-19 plan and executive order signed on 21 January, the US president explained how he’ll beef up testing and manufacturing of medtech to fight the virus.
So says infectious diseases physician Celine Gounder, who’s a member of the US president-elect’s COVID-19 task force.
One of eight legislative bills put out by GOP senators under the umbrella of the HEALS Act coronavirus relief package on 27 July would build up stockpiles of diagnostics and medical supplies.