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FDA-Approved COVID-19 Breath Test Developed In North Texas


Dr. Janice Bacon, a primary care physician at Central Mississippi Health Services at the Community Health Care Center on the Tougaloo College campus, in Tougaloo, Miss., on Aug. 14, 2020. AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)   The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday authorized emergency use of a COVID-19 Breathalyzer.  The InspetIR  COVID-19 Breathalyzer is said to ne the first device that can detect COVID is a breath sample. The test is said to be over 90% accurate. The idea started as a test for THC in Cannabis. The test was created by researchers at the University of North Texas. 

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