Test the healthy and gather data we don't already have
"Right now, we are all flying blind. We do not know if 700 or 7,000 or 700,000 Minnesotans have been infected. Testing a random fraction of the population would go far in allowing us to make evidence-based state policy, even if the tests are imperfect." Economics professors, V.V. Chari and Christopher Phelan's op-ed for the Star Tribune about structuring an economically sustainable quarantine.