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How A Pioneering COVID Testing Lab Has Kept Northeast Colleges And Universities Open

Broad handles approx. 10% to 20% of all Covid-19 polymerase-chain-reaction tests in the U.S.


Twice a week, students at Williams College in Williamstown, Mass., go to a parking garage to blow their noses.

After clearing their nostrils, they douse their hands in sanitizer, then proceed to a tent where, under the watchful eyes of trained emergency medical technicians, they swab their nasal passages. Then they stick the swab into a vial, the vial into a box, sanitize their hands again, and head out.

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