|ability to detect||検出する能力|
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· Britain’s quarantine plan for travellers is too little too late →
In mid-March Australia noted that 80% of cases being detected were linked to returning travellers.
· More than 408,000 COVID-19 tests conducted in Singapore →
“With this, we will continue to expand testing in the community to detect cases early and reduce the risk of large clusters from developing,” he said.
· Rohingya refugees running scared from coronvirus tests →
So far only 29 infections have been detected, although 16,000 Rohingya are in quarantine zones within the camps.
· Lancet issues 'expression of concern' after scientists question validity of HCQ study →
Data from Africa, for instance, indicated that nearly 25 per cent of all COVID-19 cases and 40 per cent of all deaths in the continent occurred in “Surgisphere-associated hospitals” which had patient monitoring facilities that could detect and record “nonsustained or sustained ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation”.
· COVID-19 in India: ICMR releases list of approved ELISA tests for detection of antibodies →
ELISA tests, which stands for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay test, is similar to rapid antibody test, which detects the presence of COVID-19 antobodies in the blood, to identify individuals who were infected by the disease.
· Azmin calls for stronger Asean+3 collaboration to develop Covid-19 vaccine →
Meanwhile, he said Malaysia is in the process of developing a quantitative antigen test kit to detect the level of antibodies of an individual towards the virus causing the Covid-19 infection.
· Nanox, maker of a low-cost scanning service to replace X-rays, expands Series B to $51M →
Imaging has been in the news a lot of late because it has so far been one of the most accurate methods for detecting the progress of COVID-19 in patients or would-be patients in terms of how it is affecting patients’ lungs and other organs.
· ACO, Prima Nexus to distribute Covid-19 rapid test kits →
“This is a strategic collaboration for us to meet the rising demand for Covid-19 testing and detecting products among our large base of industrial customers, such as factory owners and construction companies,” he said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia today.
The Wall Street Journal
· Westpac Says Money-Laundering Breaches Due to Technology, Human Error →
Westpac has been accused by Australia’s financial-intelligence agency of the biggest breach of the country’s money-laundering and terrorism financing laws in history, with more than 23 million breaches that include failing to detect transfers that may have been used to facilitate child exploitation in Asia and failing to report in a timely way about $7.5 billion in international transfers.