Fresh test for Wuhan as cluster sparks mass virus screening
18 May 2020 | 9:00 am
A Chinese manufacturer, Beijing Applied Biological Technologies Co. Ltd. (XABT), is ramping up production of its COVID-19 test kits. Wuhan was given a fresh jolt when several new local infections emerged last weekend after more than a month in which none were reported.
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