Susan Butler-Wu

clinical microbiologist and professor at USC’s Keck School of Medicine

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The Biden administration plans to send at-home COVID tests to Americans who ask for one. Clinical microbiologist Susan Butler-Wu shares how effective they are.

How accurate are at-home COVID tests amid Omicron spike?

The Biden administration plans to send at-home COVID tests to Americans who ask for one. Clinical microbiologist Susan Butler-Wu shares how effective they are.

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The FDA just issued an emergency authorization for an at-home rapid COVID-19 test. People can do it themselves without a prescription. Results come in 20 minutes.

FDA approves first at-home COVID test: About $30 each, no prescription

The FDA just issued an emergency authorization for an at-home rapid COVID-19 test. People can do it themselves without a prescription. Results come in 20 minutes.

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