A new saliva-based COVID-19 test to identify an active infection, developed by Arizona State University Biodesign Institute researchers, will provide an alternative to the nasal swab test. A University of Arizona researcher identified four compounds that can block the replication of the virus within a cell that may help develop drugs to treat the disease. Hospitals are using new treatments to save the lives of COVID-19 patients as health care workers face uncertainty going forward. And donations continue, from global corporations to cultural centers.
ASU develops new saliva-based COVID-19 test as alternative to nasal swabs / Arizona Republic
UA researcher identifies 4 compounds that can halt coronavirus in cells / Arizona Daily Star
Bayer in Marana donates face shields to Pima County Health Department / Arizona Daily Star
Across Arizona, building a brighter future to emerge from pandemic / Arizona Republic