Coronavirus cases continue to grow exponentially each day. One component of overcoming this virus has still not effectively been rolled out: the actual virus tests. In fact, early tests had faulty components that left many states behind in their COVID-19 response.
The Department of Health and Human Services is launching an investigation into the different test components to understand what manufacturing issues led to failure.
These tests were first distributed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to states, so it brings up an interesting question. If the tests were faulty, who is responsible – the government or the manufacturer?
Assigning responsibility for product liability can be tricky, especially in Texas. There’s a lot to know about liability [...]