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Visby's COVID-19 test gets FDA approval

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Visby's COVID-19 test gets FDA approval

Visby's COVID-19 test gets FDA approval

Silicon Valley startup Visby Medical has received Emergency Use Authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a portable COVID-19 test kit, the first company to do so.

Gloria Tso reports.


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