Vaccines Are Coming, But The U.S. Still Needs More Testing To Stop The Surge
The nation is at a pivotal moment in the fight against the pandemic. Vaccines are finally starting to roll out, but the virus is spreading faster than ever — and killing thousands of Americans daily. And it will be months before enough people get inoculated to stop it.
That means it's critical to continue the measures that can limit the toll: mask-wearing, hunkering down, hand-washing and testing and contact tracing.
"Vaccines will not obviate the need for testing any time soon," says Dr. Ashish Jha, the dean of the Brown...