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US coronavirus deaths surpassed 7,000. States say they're still missing what they need to combat the virus

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

WASHINGTON - The US has surpassed 7,000 deaths and some state leaders say there's still a lot they're missing in the battle against the coronavirus .
As cases rise, testing has become crucial in tracking how many Americans have been infected, but states like Illinois say they still don't have enough.
“Everything about the tests are very difficult to come by, and there's no federal plan for this so every state is on their own - as I've said it's the wild West out here,” Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker said.
According to Johns Hopkins University's tally of US coronavirus cases, there have been at...
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National coronavirus updates: Some states say they're missing what they need to combat the virus

National coronavirus updates: Some states say they're missing what they need to combat the virus

1 month ago   |   By WYFF

As cases rise, testing has become crucial in tracking how many Americans have been infected, but officials in some states say they still don't have enough.
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