“The sluggish rollout of the tests has become a debilitating weakness in America’s response to the spread of the coronavirus. By this point in its outbreak, South Korea had tested more than 100,000 people for the disease.” The Dangerous Delays in U.S. Coronavirus Testing Haven’t Stopped.

+ Time: The Trump Administration Is Stalling an Intel Report That Warns the U.S. Isn’t Ready for a Global Pandemic. (I’m pretty sure the cat’s out of the bag…)

+ Trump administration orders immigration courts to remove coronavirus posters – then takes it back. (Why the fix? Journalism.)

+ An update from the president: “I’ve been briefed on every contingency you could possibly imagine. Many contingencies. A lot of positive. Different numbers, all different numbers, very large numbers, and some small numbers too … Be calm. It’s really working out. And a lot of good things are going to happen.”

+ And if you missed it yesterday, here are my 30 thoughts on living with bad leadership in bad times: Gov in the Time of Corona.