TechCrunch 4 comments The American Association for Cancer Research (AACC) has launched an online tool to test for coronavirus-19.
The test, which takes between 15 minutes and an hour to complete, is part of the latest campaign by the research agency to warn people of the danger of exposure to coronaviruses.
The AACC says coronavirotic viruses are becoming more prevalent around the world and there are already about 100,000 cases of coronaviral illness reported globally each year.
It has been running the test since November but the testing is now online.
“We are taking a real-time approach to our response, and we know there are more than one billion coronavillae in the world,” AACC President and CEO Michael Cox said in a statement.
“Covid-16 is a new coronavovirus and the world is moving rapidly towards a new virus.”
There are three tests available for testing coronavviruses: the AACC-certified test, the AUSC-certification test, and the International Clinical Trials (ICT) test.
You can get the three tests from AACC’s website.
If you are unsure if you have been exposed to a coronavid, you can find the most recent test results here.
What are the symptoms of coronovirus?
It can cause fever, cough, shortness of breath, muscle aches and joint pain.
Symptoms can last up to two weeks and include: Difficulty breathing