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Tracking US Coronavirus Testing Capacity Weekly Newsletter

A collaboration between COVID-19 Response Advisors and Health Catalysts


Latest Issue

Vol 1 | Issue 10

March 3, 2021

Previous Issues 

February 24, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 9

An update to capacity numbers reflects EUA's that failed to materialize in February. We also track a new FDA policy on test and variants and new investments in testing infrastructure from the Biden Administration.

February 17, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 8

Our commentary on CDC's new school reopening guidance and other new and noteworthy topics. ​

February 9, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 7

Will current vaccines will protect against emerging coronavirus strains? The good, the bad, and what we're watching. 

February 2, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 6

All signs point to increased investment in at-home tests, while school reopening efforts face local resistance. 

January 26, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 5

Joe Biden is sworn in as President and takes immediate actions to address the pandemic. we also highlight new insights on asymptomatic COVID-19. 

January 19, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 4

New data emerges on variants spreading in the U.S. while central lab antigen tests show promise. 

January 12, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 3 

Massachusetts announces program to offer weekly, free pooled testing to all K-12 schools. Meanwhile, more field studies emerge measuring test quality.

January 5, 2021

Volume 1 | Issue 2

New studies add detail on the real world performance of antigen tests. 

December 29, 2020

Volume 1 | Issue 1

Tracking a big week in rapid antigen tests, with new EUAs for Abbott Binax At-Home, Ellume, and Quidel QuickVue. 




Mara G. Aspinall, Arizona State University

Melea Atkins, COVID-19 Response Advisors

Simon Johnson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Brandon Henry, MD, Cincinatti Children's Hospital Medical Center

Andrea Ciaranello, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital

Sarah Igoe, MD, Arizona State University

Fer Sagastume, COVID-19 Response Advisors

COVID-19 Response Advisors

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