Biden says ‘nothing’s been good enough’ as Covid hotspots see testing shortages

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In a one-on-one interview by ABC News, interviewer David Muir asked the President whether the administration’s efforts were “good enough,” given that many Americans are struggling to get access to Covid-19 testing ahead of Christmas.

“No, nothing’s been good enough,” Biden responded, before highlighting why the country is better prepared than it was during previous surges.

“I don’t think it’s a failure. I think it’s — you could argue that we should have known a year ago, six months ago, two months ago, a month ago,” Biden said.

On Tuesday, Biden announced that his administration would take a number of measures to deal with a surge of Covid-19 cases this winter.

The effort includes the allocation of 500 million coronavirus tests, with a plan for Americans to be able to request tests online and have them mailed to them. A website to request tests is expected to launch in January, but…

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