Half of states won't meet White House deadline for nursing home testing


News it was nearly two weeks ago the White House urged governors to ensure that every nursing home residents staff member be tested for the corona virus within fourteen days here's our deadlines not gonna be mad also according to a review by the Associated Press at least half of the states are not going to meet the white house's deadline with some not even trying some states say logistics costs and manpower needed to do it or too great right now northern Virginia is on the path to entering phase one of re opening Loudon county's board of supervisors chairwoman Phyllis Randall says regional health officials say when it comes to a downward trend in positive cases for fourteen days having enough hospital beds and I see you space northern Virginia is in pretty good shape a lot of the times reports the region still has two other key metrics that still needs to meet those involved availability of personal protective gear and sufficient increases in the ability to test and trace cases while other parts of the state have already moved into phase one of re opening or the Virginia chose to delay the move because of virus activity in the

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