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FDA works to speed coronavirus tests with Roche, New York approvals

Reuters Friday, 13 March 2020
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued emergency authorization for a faster coronavirus test made by Swiss diagnostics maker Roche and allowed New York state to authorize certain labs to test for the virus, moves aimed at boosting screening capacity to help contain the growing epidemic.
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News video: Roche To Start Mass-Producing Coronavirus Tests

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Coronavirus tests are coming - from Roche - after receiving 'Emergency Use Authorization' from the FDA to mass-produce coronavirus test kits and process results.

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