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Arizona health experts discuss ASU-developed COVID-19 saliva test
Other innovations spurred by pandemic

The first COVID-19 vaccine approvals came this month, and Arizona health officials said began vaccinating priority groups, like heath care workers, as soon as they arrived. The speed with which the vaccines were approved was just one example of how the COVID-19 pandemic has driven health and scientific innovation. (Photo by NIAID/Creative Commons)

The first COVID-19 vaccine approvals came this month, and Arizona health officials said began vaccinating priority groups, like heath care workers, as soon as they arrived. The speed with which the vaccines were approved was just one example of how the COVID-19 pandemic has driven health and scientific innovation. (Photo by NIAID/Creative Commons)

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