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Testing for coronavirus has been one of the most contentious aspects of the pandemic response in the United States. This week we're talking to Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer, who has developed a plan to roll out Coronavirus testing on a truly massive scale. We talk to him about what testing on this scale would look like, and what it would mean for the way we live now.

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