Devices for rapid diagnosis of coronavirus under development

Developing three new and rapid instruments for on-site diagnosis of coronavirus

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25 Mar 2020

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DTU and Statens Serum Institut are developing three new and rapid instruments for on-site diagnosis of coronavirus. Two of them are scheduled to be ready for emergency use in Denmark by October. They will make the response of the health care system even more effective and ensure fewer people in quarantine.

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