TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government said on Tuesday it has approved saliva-based tests for the new coronavirus, offering a safer, simpler way to diagnose infection as well as boosting the number of tests being carried out using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology. Currently,...Full Article
Japan allows saliva-based tests to boost coronavirus detection
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