As the world grapples with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), experts have called for increased access to health care resources, including diagnostic testing, particularly in light of the recent expansion of the Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authority to make such testing more widely available in the United States.1 Despite rapid expansion, there are significant barriers to testing in ambulatory clinics, emergency departments, and hospitals, which are likely to see a substantial increase in demand. Such access points also pose risks due to overcrowding and nosocomial transmission.
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