90-minute tests for coronavirus on trial in hospitals and care homes Rapid-result coronavirus tests are to undergo trials in hotspot areas from this week in a move that Downing Street says will prevent transmission in hospitals, care homes, schools and universities. Growing supply of COVID-19 tests presents a new challenge: tracking resultsAll U.S. testing sites are legally required to report their results, positive and negative, to public health agencies. But state health officials say many rapid tests are going unreported, which means some new COVID-19 infections may not be counted. Scientists predict 1m coronavirus tests a dayBritain will be carrying out a million coronavirus tests a day by Christmas, scientists have predicted.The forecast came after ministers spent more than £500 million in the past fortnight on new Countries turn to rapid antigen tests to contain second wave of COVID-19Countries straining to contain a second wave of COVID-19 are turning to faster, cheaper but less accurate tests to avoid the delays and shortages that have plagued efforts to diagnose and trace those infected quickly. Hard-hit Peru's costly bet on cheap COVID-19 antibody testsBOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — In the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, the harried health officials of Peru faced a quandary. They knew molecular tests for COVID-19 were the best option to detect... What the White House outbreak says about the limits of coronavirus testingRapid tests aren't a substitute for mask wearing, and work best with a strategy. Key Missteps at the CDC Have Set Back Its Ability to Detect the Potential Spread of CoronavirusThe CDC designed a flawed test for COVID-19, then took weeks to figure out a fix so state and local labs could use it. New York still doesn’t trust the test’s accuracy. Cheap, rapid, at-home tests could rival a vaccine in the fight against COVID-19. Why can't Americans get them?