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U.S. business takes on burden of testing employees for coronavirus

May 20, 2020, Financial Times

Christopher Hanson is quoted in the Financial Times regarding the private sector’s undertaking of COVID-19 testing for its employees. Mr. Hanson notes that diagnostic testing “presents an array of regulatory considerations” in the U.S., such as checking whether a test has been approved by regulators. He says that even in the U.S. “the landscape is changing quickly” as regulators update their emergency guidance.

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