Colorado was worried feds would take imported COVID-19 tests: governor - 2020-05-02

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F88.png Colorado was worried feds would take imported COVID-19 tests: governor May 2, 2020, Ryan Pickrell, Business Insider

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis said Friday in an interview with Colorado Public Radio that his state kept a shipment of more than 100,000 COVID-19 tests from South Korea "under wraps" over concerns the federal government might interfere.

"We were worried that the federal government or somebody else would take them," he said in the interview.

During a press conference Friday, he reiterated his concerns, saying that the current situation, with regard to coronavirus tests, masks, etc., is a "global free-for-all."

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