COVID and RSV testing without nasal swabs? Yes please!

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McGill-developed device offers 100 per cent accuracy in as little as 10 minutes, and can be configured to detect a range of ailments.

Old habits, they say, die hard. But unfortunately, this does not necessarily mean new habits are born easily. One of the more recent, but suddenly pervasive habits that resulted from the emergence of the COVID pandemic has been testing whether or not one has contracted the pathogen….

https://reporter.mcgill.ca/covid-and-rsv-testing-without-nasal-swabs-yes-please/

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