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A new generation of faster, cheaper coronavirus tests is starting to hit the market. And some experts say these technologies could finally give the U.S. the ability to adopt a new, more effective testing strategy.
“On the horizon — the not too distant horizon — there are a whole series of testing modalities coming on line,” says Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown School of Public Health. “And that gives us hope we can really expand our testing capacity in the nation.”
Until now, testing has been primarily used to diagnose people