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Air Surveillance Technology Sniffs Out Coronaviruses in the Room

It’s more accurate than surface swab tests

Photo by Brian Asare on Unsplash

Article via LabRoots

Imagine walking into a party where people were socializing (unmasked) in a confined space. With the ongoing pandemic not showing signs of backing down, this may ring alarm bells for some, particularly the unvaccinated or those with underlying health issues.




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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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