Elisha Fieldstadt2h ago / 12:41 PM UTCThe director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that in order for the country to reopen, swift testing for people who have the virus and for people who might be immune to the virus will need to be available.Robert R. Redfield said on the “TODAY” show that early case identification of the virus will allow for swift isolation and contact tracing that will be needed before social distancing guidelines are loosened.He also said testing for people who are already immune will provide even “greater confidence” in communities, “particularly in the health care setting.””There’s no doubt that we have to reopen correctly,” Redfield said, adding it would be “a step-by-step gradual process, that’s got to be data-driven.”Read the full story here.Associated Press2h ago / 12:39 PM UTCCost to delay Olympics runs to ‘several hundred million’The Olympic rings in front of the New National Stadium in Tokyo.Jae C. Hong / APThe International Olympic Committee will face “several hundred million dollars” of added costs because of the postponement of the Tokyo Games, the body’s president said in an interview with German newspaper Die Welt on Sunday.Estimates in Japan put the overall cost of the postponement at

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