Medical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson WongMedical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
Medical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus game changers? Hong Kong, Macau universities are developing tests that work in less than an hour

  • Slow screening processes have hampered the fight against the coronavirus outbreak
  • But teams at universities in Hong Kong and Macau are working on portable, rapid detection devices that offer results in as little as 30 minutes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Medical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson WongMedical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
Medical workers take the temperature of a woman at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Winson Wong
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