I am somewhat concerned. The universities and private sector have done a magnificent job in ramping up our ability to test for Coronavirus infections, largely by repurposing existing capacity.
That will provide sufficient testing capability for reopening the country IF the phased plan is followed. The idea is that as each state reaches the entry level for reopening, based on a downward trajectory in infection and hospitalization, the testing can be redirected there to support reopening, state by state.
However, 14 states will be ending their various restrictions within the next week, and NONE of them meet the standard of declining infections. That will very likely overwhelm the testing capacity.
The Federal government does not have the authority to overrule the governors on this.