President Alison Byerly is quoted in a story published in The New York Times regarding how the reopening of schools, universities, and businesses has been impeded by the lack of rapid coronavirus testing.

“The increased spread of the virus nationwide, the impact that this resurgence has had on the availability of testing supplies needed to satisfy our testing protocols, and the strong national trend of rising rates of infection in younger populations lead us to conclude that our community is best served by maintaining social distancing in miles rather than feet,” Byerly wrote.

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