On Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization for the InspectIR COVID-19 Breathalyzer, the first device that can detect COVID-19 in breath samples. The diagnostic testing apparatus can detect chemical compounds in breath samples associated with COVID-19, according to the agency.
The FDA granted emergency use authorization to the first Covid-19 test that can detect the coronavirus in a breath sample, within minutes and with a high degree of accuracy, the agency said Thursday.
The FDA has issued an emergency use authorization for a device that can detect COVID-19 in breath samples. The FDA says the device is 91.2% accurate at identifying positive test samples and 99.3% accurate at identifying negative test samples.
What people are saying?
Paul Gundlach I love this but the people who haven’t cared about Covid for over two years aren’t going to start caring now. The rest of us who are extremely cautious are going to remain so. But I am still happy to have something additional in our arsenal of protection.
Daydreamer Now put these in every school, have teachers and students pass it every morning. Restaurants, businesses. This could literally be a game changer if we actually used it with the other tools we have.