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A buzzy startup's struggle to make the first at-home test that can tell if you've had the coronavirus reveals a crucial roadblock to reopening the US

Business Insider Friday, 17 April 2020
A buzzy startup's struggle to make the first at-home test that can tell if you've had the coronavirus reveals a crucial roadblock to reopening the US· Scanwell Health is developing kits that detect a person's past exposure to the novel coronavirus.
· It wants to ship them directly to consumers, but it faces a web of regulatory issues and sourcing problems.
· The two-year-old startup has lined up multiple manufacturers and created workarounds after sourcing issues arose...
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