California is the first state to recommend testing for asymptomatic people.

To move forward with safety, experts believe they should be able to track, trace and isolate cases.

A small county in Northern California, Bolinas, may be the first in the world to attempt to test all of its residents for Corona Virus antibodies that may make people immune.

The town has a population of less than 2,000 people and in the first two days more than 700 residents showed up. The community-wide free testing is part of a voluntary University of California, San Francisco study, who´s is attempting to get a better understanding of the virus outbreak.

The spread is something the majority of health officials are trying to tackle all over the state. They are now recommending coronavirus testing for asymptomatic people who are living or work in high risk areas such nursing homes or hospitals.

The State is averaging 14,500 coronavirus tests per day, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday, that this number "still inadequate". The state has a long way to go before it can attempt to reopen, he stated.