ABC News
ABC News 18 Nov 2020

New delays for COVID test results, possible at-home solution


The FDA approved the first at-home COVID test with rapid results as the country prepares for a testing crunch and labs warn of increased turnaround time for results.

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers begged people to skip Thanksgiving celebrations with anyone from outside their households as the state set a new record for COVID-19 deaths. (Nov. 24)
A Sweet 16 party on Long Island is now considered a super-spreader event as it's being blamed for dozens of positive coronavirus cases. CBS New York reports at least 37 people — 28 students and nine adults — tested positive for COVID-19, and 270 people were instructed to self-quarantine.
Fmr. Gov. Chris Christie and NFL star Cam Newton have both tested positive for COVID-19, breaking news that arrives as President Donald Trump's doctors prepare to give a press conference on the president's status, after he was admitted to Walter Reed Army Medical Center following his coronavirus diagnosis.
Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss QB Cam Newton testing positive for COVID-19 and how the news will impact the New England Patriots' Week 4 matchup against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs.
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