“We are very hopeful that the day will come soon when we no longer need to sell COVID tests,” said de la Zerda, whose testing kit can potentially be used to detect a wide variety of infections, STDs and antibiotic resistance. “There are so many kinds of infections that affect the body, and with every single one of them it’s the same story — the infection is invading the body, spreading very fast, and we need to make the right decision, right now.” … [Read more...] about Rapid home coronavirus testing kits are finally coming to the Bay Area. Why did it take so long?
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Athar’s family and the families of Zubair and Aijaz claim their sons’ deaths are also a case of mistaken identity, and that they were not armed fighters but civilians. Their killings have set off more protests in the region against Indian authorities. Meanwhile, the families have demanded a special investigation into the killings and asked authorities to either prove their sons were rebel fighters or return their bodies. Mehbooba Mufti, former chief minister of Kashmir, has also called for an investigation into the deaths, which sparked a massive protest over social media, with #ReturnTheBodies trending on Twitter. … [Read more...] about The Kashmiri Families Begging for Their Sons’ Bodies Back