1) Average wait times for COVID-19 test results continue to fall steadily (from 3.9 days in March to 2.2 days in December).
2) Racial disparities still exist in testing times: in December, Hispanic and Black respondents waited 0.7 and 0.4 days longer than white respondents, respectively.
3) In December, the average respondent waited 2.4 days between seeking a test and obtaining a test. They waited another 2.2 days to receive test results.
4) Testing is still too slow to support effective contact tracing.