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NEW YORK – Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced on Monday that the state has initiated a new public-private partnership to increase its laboratory testing capacity for COVID-19.

The partnership includes laboratory support from Exact Sciences, Marshfield Clinic Health System, Promega, and UW Health. These organizations, along with the Wisconsin Clinical Lab Network, will share knowledge, resources, and technology to bolster Wisconsin's testing efforts, which had been led by the Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene and the Milwaukee Public Health Lab, Evers' office said.

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