A New Low in COVID-19 Data Standards

Whose measurements do you trust? When data science mixes with partisan politics it becomes very difficult to trust the data and any science based on it…:

The United States’ ability to test for the novel coronavirus finally seems to be improving. As recently as late April, the country rarely reported more than 150,000 new test results each day. The U.S. now routinely claims to conduct more than 300,000 tests a day, according to state-level data compiled by the COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic.


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