“President Trump told governors on a conference call on Monday that he had not ‘heard about testing in weeks,’ suggesting that a chronic lack of kits to screen people for the coronavirus was no longer a problem,” the New York Times reports.
“But governors painted a different picture on the ground.”
In fact, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) told CNN this morning his state will see its peak in coronavirus cases “between mid-April and mid-May… It’s a 30-day period time. We’re not quite sure when… Part of this is driven by the fact that we don’t have widespread testing.”Save to Favorites