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NewsNet 28 Sep 2020

COVID Rates Vary Greatly by State Due to Testing Factors

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According to John Hopkins University, several things need to be taken into account when looking at COVID-19 positivity testing rates, like population and how the states are collecting their data.
Right now, the quantity and quality of testing differs greatly state to state.


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