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NEW YORK – As the US looks to restart its economy following the first wave of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, scientists and policymakers are exploring how communities might return to somewhat more normal work and social lives without sparking a repeat of the recent outbreak.

A pair of high-profile groups, one associated with non-profit organization the Rockefeller Foundation and the other led by New York University economist Paul Romer, have proposed massive population-scale testing schemes as key to a safe reopening.

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