Maybe I'm being too cynical.
There is a proverb, "If you don't toot your own horn, no one else will."
Well this Testing Overview Opening up America feels very much like a toot, toot type of publication that documents all the successes and none of the negatives. I'll call it the Christmas letter version of testing where everyone is doing well in school, never mind the drug convictions or unplanned pregnancy in the family.
Show me the graph that illustrates how many tests have been done as a percentage of population factored in, and then see how we compare to other nations.
How many bags of ice were delivered? Isn't that a good measure of success?