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According to the Harvard Global Health Institute…

...the U.S. would need 4.4 million tests every day to reach what Prof. Jha calls “a basic level of proactive testing.” The idea is to do regular testing of some of the highest risk groups. This scenario calls for screening all nursing home residents and staff twice a week, and weekly testing of every police officer and emergency medical technician, firefighter, prison inmate, and guard, as well as teachers and staff in K-12 schools, and all university students. (Read the Harvard Report)