Pakistani scientist in US develops coronavirus testing device

Pakistani scientist in US develops coronavirus testing device
A Pakistani origin scientist Jameel Shaikh – currently working in San Diego – was said to be the man who has developed coronavirus testing device that detects the virus within 5 minutes.
It was earlier announced by Abbott Laboratories that they have developed a coronavirus testing device that can tell if someone is infected in as little as five minutes, and is so small and portable it can be used in almost any health-care setting. The device also delivers negative results in 13 minutes.
The US department – Food and Drug Administration – has also granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the coronavirus testing device. Reports are emerging that United States President Donald Trump will soon inaugurate the coronavirus testing device.
According to details, the Pakistani scientist, Jameel Shaikh, is from Sindh’s Larkana district and is currently in San Diego. He has done his matriculation from Karachi school NJV, intermediate from Delhi college and graduated from NED Engineering University before moving to United States.
Further details show that Jameel Shaikh is an active member of World Sindhi Congress and Sindhi Association of North America.
Abbott Laboratories claims its ID NOW COVID-19 test could dramatically change the battle against the novel coronavirus in the US. Abbott also said that they have plans to supply 50,000 tests a day starting April 1.
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