Federal Regulations Are Obstructing Development of Coronavirus Tests

by | May 19, 2020

Federal Regulations Are Obstructing Development of Coronavirus Tests

by | May 19, 2020

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With inconsistent rules getting in the way of COVID testing, America’s dysfunctional regulatory system has made it more difficult for America to cope with the Coronavirus.

While laboratories face the nearly impossible task of complying with two different sets of regulations, shady companies with little real expertise are selling kits that don’t actually test for the Coronavirus.

Fortunately, legislation introduced by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) would unshackle laboratories and provide clear rules to give Americans access to reliable testing products. Americans deserve to know whether they have Coronavirus in a safe and timely manner. The current two-step bureaucratic process to develop a test is unnecessary and people are still struggling to get tested.

Read the entire article at Catalyst

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