Governor of California: more than 8400 people need to be tested, and there are only 200 kits in the state (source: video synthesis)
[governor of California: more than 8400 people need to be tested, and there are only 200 kits in the state] on February 27, governor Gavin Newsom held a conference to test more than 8400 people after the first unidentified case of infection occurred in California. But there are only 200 test kits in the state, and the urgent task is to expand the testing capacity, not only for California, but also for the United States as a whole This is true of all countries.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) admitted Tuesday that it was trying to provide state and local laboratories with new versions of coronavirus detection kits, some of which were defective. At present, there are 57 confirmed cases in the United States, and only 426 people have been tested, excluding the citizens returning to the United States on the evacuation flight.