Associated Press – Testing blunders crippled US response as coronavirus spread

A series of missteps at the nation’s top public health agency caused a critical shortage of reliable laboratory tests for the coronavirus, hobbling the federal response as the pandemic spread across the country like wildfire, an Associated Press review found.

The Washington Post – Losing sense of smell may be a hidden symptom of coronavirus, doctors warn

A team of British ear, nose and throat doctors on Friday raised the possibility of a new indicator of the coronavirus, one they say has been observed globally, even in patients who are otherwise asymptomatic: anosmia, a condition that causes the loss of sense of smell. In a statement, they warned that adults experiencing recent anosmia could be unknown carriers of covid-19, and urged them to consider self-isolation.

Fatherly – When coronavirus hits home: How to quarantine the sick

Once a family member shows a few COVID-19 symptoms, it's time to quarantine them from the rest of the family. This isn't easy. Here's what to do.

NPR – Tokyo Olympics postponed for a year

The Tokyo Summer Olympics will not begin in late July and instead will be held "by the summer of 2021," Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Tuesday. The delay comes after an increasing number of athletes and sporting federations called for the games to be delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Hill – GLAAD urges FDA to lift restrictions on blood donations from gay men

The national LGBTQ+ nonprofit GLAAD organized a petition urging the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood amid the coronavirus outbreak.

New York Times – Obamacare turns 10. Here’s a look at what works and doesn’t

With the coronavirus, a new Supreme Court case and a blistering election debate, the Affordable Care Act is facing challenges as never before. We looked at how it’s held up to its promise.