By now, everyone has heard of the virus that has changed the world since late 2019.

In the past, diagnoses were limited to what could be observed by an attending physician with their own senses. As one might expect, this resulted in wildly varying levels of patient care and unconventional tests and treatments, many of which unfortunately involved livestock.

Is it possible that your COVID-19 workflow is not as accurate as you may think?

The world as we all know it changed dramatically in the early months of 2020 with the onset of COVID-19. With business closures and hospital overloads occurring around the globe, researchers felt the urge to find solutions to the evolving pandemic.

In this blog, you’re going to learn what makes saliva a viable alternative to nasal and oral swabs for the detection of SARS-CoV-2.

Editor's Update (June 20, 2020): The information represented in this article is a representation of when the original article was written on February 26th, 2020

In this blog, you are going to learn about different viable sample types for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 in infected individuals.