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COVID swap being inserted into vial But dogged by issues of cost, access, logistics and employee privacy, tests aren’t part of most back-to-work plans.(Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — From nursing homes in New York and a landfill in Utah to Disney World and the Las Vegas Strip, employers are wrestling with workplace safety in the age of COVID-19 and making fraught calculations about how to safeguard both their businesses and their employees. Mass testing, a critical tool to stem the virus’s spread, would appear an obvious solution.

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