Trump administration sending rapid COVID tests to states, CDC bars evictions – Reuters

(Reuters) – The Trump administration will send most of its newly acquired 150 million fast COVID-19 tests to U.S. states for schools and vital services, a White House authorities stated on Tuesday, as New York City pressed back reopening class in an offer with union leaders. An overall of more than 183,000 people have actually passed away so far from problems of COVID-19, consisting of 32,647 in New York and almost 16,000 in New Jersey, the U.S. states with the highest death tolls. In announcing that the “frustrating bulk” of 150 fast antigen tests bought from Abbot Laboratories would be sent to state guvs, U.S. Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Admiral Brett Giror stated leading priorities consisted of day care centers and first responders.

(Reuters) – The Trump administration will send out most of its newly purchased 150 million fast COVID-19 tests to U.S. states for schools and crucial services, a White House authorities said on Tuesday, as New York City pushed back resuming classrooms in a deal with union leaders. A total of more than 183,000 people have actually died so far from problems of COVID-19, including 32,647 in New York and nearly 16,000 in New Jersey, the U.S. states with the highest death tolls. In revealing that the “frustrating bulk” of 150 rapid antigen tests acquired from Abbot Laboratories would be sent out to state governors, U.S. Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary Admiral Brett Giror stated top priorities included day care centers and first responders.

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