The Only Way to Estimate the Number of Wuhan Virus Infections in U. S. is Random Testing Across Town & Country


If the powers that be, at the state or federal level, would conduct random wuhan tests in urban and rural areas, they could estimate to a good degree of accuracy (whether 15 million infected nationwide or 50 million) the spread of the virus in the U. S., to be done quickly, rendering a reliable number. Have you noticed the pandemic experts never estimate how many people in the U. S. have been infected?