From left to right: U of T researchers Surath Gomis, Dingran Chang, Jagotamoy Das, Hanie Yousefi, Shana Kelley, Jenise Chen and Alam Mahmud (photo by Daria Pervezentsev)

No more nasal swabs? U of T researchers are developing an accurate, five-minute COVID-19 test

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Amid a rise in positive COVID-19 cases – and a reported backlog to book tests and receive results in Ontario – Health Canada has approved four rapid-testing devices that could return results within 15 minutes. University of Toronto researchers, meantime, are working on an approach that could produce results in five….

https://www.utoronto.ca/news/no-more-nasal-swabs-u-t-researchers-are-developing-accurate-five-minute-covid-19-test

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