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July 2 COVID-19 Test Results

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The US is now conducting over 600,000 tests per day, and that might be enough to allow test-and-trace in some areas. Based on the experience of other countries, the percent positive needs to be well under 5% to really push down new infections, so the US still needs to increase the number of tests per day significantly.According to Dr. Jha of Harvard's Global Health Institute, the US might need more than 900,000 tests per day.There were 634,822 test results reported over the last 24 hours.There were 52,815 positive tests.  This is the second consecutive day over 50,000. Click on graph for larger image.This data is from the COVID Tracking Project.The percent positive over the last 24 hours was 8.3% (red line). For the status of contact tracing by state, check out testandtrace.com.

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The US is now conducting over 600,000 tests per day, and that might be enough to allow test-and-trace in some areas. Based on the experience of other countries, the percent positive needs to be well under 5% to really push down new infections, so the US still needs to increase the number of tests per day significantly.

According to Dr. Jha of Harvard's Global Health Institute, the US might need more than 900,000 tests per day.

There were 634,822 test results reported over the last 24 hours.

There were 52,815 positive tests.  This is the second consecutive day over 50,000.

July 2 COVID-19 Test Results Click on graph for larger image.

This data is from the COVID Tracking Project.

The percent positive over the last 24 hours was 8.3% (red line).

For the status of contact tracing by state, check out testandtrace.com.

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