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FDA Approves First At-Home Coronavirus Test

by Ryan Whitwam

The dearth of testing put the US at a major disadvantage as the coronavirus pandemic began snowballing earlier this year. Even now, it can be tough to get a test unless you’re showing severe symptoms of COVID-19 infection. Testing might be easier to access soon, provided you’re willing to drop some cash on an at-home test. LabCorp has announced its new “Pixel” test kit has…

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