As the U.S. prepares for Thanksgiving, the number of Americans seeking a coronavirus test is surging, putting a strain on the testing system. Lines in cities like New York stretched for blocks, and had residents waiting as long as four hours for their turn this week. Labs that process results have warned that supply shortages will lead to more delays in getting results, especially as demand for tests surges ahead of people planning to spend thanksgiving with loved ones. For more on the state of the pandemic, we spoke to Dr. Bernard Ashby, Miami Cardiologist & Florida State Lead for the Committee to Protect Medicare.