Janet Hamilton

The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists

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Senior director of Policy and Science at The Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists.

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The U.S. now has about a million confirmed coronavirus cases. Epidemiologist Janet Hamilton says many different tests have been manufactured, and their accuracies vary.

Test inaccuracies, sporadic shedding, immunity: What scientists know about COVID-19

The U.S. now has about a million confirmed coronavirus cases. Epidemiologist Janet Hamilton says many different tests have been manufactured, and their accuracies vary.

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If you’re confused about coronavirus testing, you are not alone.

Coronavirus tests in US: Facts v. fiction

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