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How accurate are the tests being lined up for Boris Johnson's 'Operation Moonshot' plan to check 10million people a DAY?

from from dailymail.co.uk

Testing a lot of people accurately is hard – but it’s the fastest way of getting the people back to normal despite the crisis. The Daily Mail has put together a handy list of the technologies the Government should be thinking about to make it happen. And the name at the top of the list? Halo, of course.

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Test4Travel: The Telegraph campaign to scrap quarantine through airport testing

from from telegraph.co.uk

The Daily Telegraph has done a lot of research to show that passengers know quarantine isn’t the answer to getting air travel moving again. They’d be happy to pay for a safe, simple, painless saliva testing system if it was available at a sensible price. Which of course it is – at Halo.

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University of Exeter secures partnership with Halo for rapid Covid-19 tests

from from exeter.ac.uk

We’re really excited to welcome Exeter as our partner in getting students back to campus safely and simply with regular saliva testing. The University took a long, hard look at all the technologies available and we’re proud to say selected Halo. A lot of other universities and schools are about to follow where Exeter lead …

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University of Exeter to offer students Covid-19 tests

from from bbc.co.uk

Talking about University of Exeter’s partnership with Halo, deputy vice chancellor Tim Quine told the BBC that the safety of staff and students was the university's "first priority" and that the university had to do its own bit to help prevent the spread of the virus. He said: "By bringing students to the region we know we are changing the risk dynamic. We want to make sure we are doing all we can not to overburden the NHS resources and testing facilities locally.”

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SARS-CoV-2 detection in different respiratory sites: A systematic review and meta-analysis

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This systematic review found sputum sampling found significantly higher detection of SARS-CoV-2 than swabs.