A medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFPA medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFP
A medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFP

Signs of a coronavirus infection might be found in subtle changes in your voice, MIT research shows

  • Researchers found that changes in the movements of vocal muscles could be an indicator of whether someone has suffered an inflammation from Covid-19
  • Detection could eventually be used in apps to help identify asymptomatic carriers
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFPA medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFP
A medical worker wearing a hazmat suit gets a swab sample at a health clinic in Wuhan to check if a man has the coronavirus on March 28. Photo: AFP
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