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₥Å₦ ᶤᵑ ₿⌊⍺č₭ Feb 25
Replying to @CDCgov
THE US HAS ONLY TESTED 426 PEOPLE HOW THE HELL YOU KNOW?!?!
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#KVB 🇺🇸 Feb 25
Replying to @CryptoMIB @CDCgov
They have faulty test kits. That's why they can't test more people.
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Donna Feb 25
Replying to @CDCgov
That's the problem. Many people don't wash their hands the right way or any way at all. Disgusting 😷
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⚡CO⚡️ Feb 25
Replying to @MadisonJ416 @CDCgov
Or cover up when they cough or sneeze
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gruthba Feb 25
Replying to @MarcellaGrid @CDCgov
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Joseph Rogers Feb 25
Replying to @CDCgov
“We are now many weeks into the response with still no diagnostic or surveillance test available outside of CDC for the vast majority of our member laboratories,” the Association of Public Health Laboratories wrote in a letter to FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn on Monday.
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Bernie Miller Feb 25
Replying to @jar08034 @CDCgov
"The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) on February 4, 2020." They can now use the tests in non-CDC laboratories.
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PeaceSeeker Feb 25
Replying to @CDCgov
Didn't you just say we need to prepare? Guessing there were phone calls to change messaging. The stock market isn't cooperating.
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Elaine Feb 25
It's like someone took a sharpie to their previous statements.
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