Former FDA commissioner: ‘We’re behind where we should be’ on virus testing


Dr. Margaret Hamburg, who served as FDA commissioner under President Obama, tells TODAY she’s “surprised” that some Southern states are rolling out reopening plans: “I’m worried that we don’t know enough about now the virus has penetrated their communities and their state.” She adds that “they need to have in place adequate testing” and says we should be doing three to 20 times as much daily testing as we’re doing.