The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee
The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee
Drugs

Hong Kong police to use faster, new testing method to detect drivers under influence of drugs

  • The device can produce results in less than 10 minutes, compared to traditional ones that take up to half an hour
  • Ng Hoi-wai of traffic branch says new method – to be launched on Thursday midnight – will improve law enforcement

Topic |   Drugs
The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee
The rapid oral fluid test produces results that are more than 80 per cent accurate. Photo: Dickson Lee
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