New indoor test for airborne coronavirus warns of infection risk

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Singapore-based scientists have come up with a device that detects coronavirus in the air of indoor spaces, raising the prospect of “airborne surveillance” of the virus to supplement testing of individuals. The air-sampling method means “early warning of infection risks” could be possible in hospital wards and nursing homes, and could boost virus-monitoring capabilities in public places where people gather indoors, such as restaurants and cinemas. The team of scientists and doctors, from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and National University Singapore (NUS), compar…

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