Is Donald Trump delaying coronavirus kits circulation to reduce case numbers???

A Northern California Kaiser nurse was unable to get tested for coronavirus before going back to work with her patients. She volunteered to treat a coronavirus patient then here's the scenario...
“As a nurse, I’m very concerned that not enough is being done to stop the spread of the coronavirus. I know because I am currently sick and in quarantine after caring for a patient who tested positive. I’m awaiting ‘permission’ from the federal government to allow for my testing, even after my physician and county health professional ordered it.”
She was confirmed with the symptoms of the virus, then this...
"My doctor ordered the test through the county. The public county officer called me and verified my symptoms and agreed with testing. But the National CDC would not initiate testing. They said they would not test me because if I were wearing the recommended protective equipment, then I wouldn’t have the coronavirus … What a ridiculous and uneducated response from the department that is in charge of our health in this country.”
Yes, where are the kits you promised?
Later they called back and said there weren't enough kits, a responsibility given to Mike Pence heading up the program. The nurse concludes with...
“They claim they prioritize running samples by illness severity and that there are only so many to give out each day. So I have to wait in line to find out the results. This is not the ticket dispenser at the deli counter; it’s a public health emergency! I am a registered nurse, and I need to know if I am positive before going back to caring for patients.”

Here's a follow-up on the delivery of test kits. With 200 cases and 12 deaths in the U.S., the Trump administration is finally promising delivery of several hundred thousand test kits by this weekend. Here's the latest report...
"The test kits from Iowa-based Integrated DNA Technologies are one part of the government’s effort to ramp up testing. But the U.S. has trailed other countries in rolling out tests, because of problems with its test kits and because the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention initially limited the number of eligible people."
My question is, why did the Trump administration, through the CDC, limit those tested rather than just proceeding with the production of coronavirus test kits it is obvious was necessary? Would it have prevented some of the deaths that occurred? We need answers from the White House maniac now! 

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