May 13, 2021
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CDC knew first coronavirus test was flawed but released it anyway: report | TheHill – The Hill

As the first major COVID-19 outbreak was looming on the horizon in the U.S., scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta were quickly developing a diagnostic test that could detect a COVID-19 infection.
When the test debuted in labs across the country on Feb. 6, it was meant to provide a crucial step in the detection and containment of the novel coronavirus in a standard epidemiological bid to prevent widespread outbreaks. If infections could be detected, they could…

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