Solving the Testing Crisis with Math and…

Think back to the beginning of the covid crisis in 2020. Testing, testing, testing. The foundation of an effective pandemic response. And yet even today we have so far to go before we can catch up to what our testing capacity should be. Back in 2020, the necessary reagents (chemicals) and swabs were in short supply, there were bottlenecks on human labor, and there was only so much our processes and institutions could handle.

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