If you need a COVID-19 test, how long will you have to wait for results? One answer came from a new survey conducted by researchers at Rutgers University and others. They found that Pennsylvania and New Jersey both had test waiting times similar to the national figure, with the waits running three days and two days, respectively. The figure nationally was three days. But Katherine Ognyanova, an assistant professor of communication at Rutgers who helped produce the report, pointed out that these numbers reflect only the median, or midpoint, of wait times, “so that means you have quite a lot of people who are waiting much longer.” To read the full story.
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