As it became known from the latest sources, creator of the first test in the USA for Covid-19 infection using the patient's saliva, died of a heart attack on 51 th year of life.
This type of saliva test for coronavirus has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the beginning of May 2020 of the year.
Was found, that the new saliva “self-collection” technology provides a more complete analysis at home, than the standard nasal and throat swab technique in a medical facility.
"Researcher Andrew Brooks, led the development of the first saliva test for COVID-19 and played a significant role in the fight against the pandemic, died unexpectedly 23 january 2021 of the year.
Andrew Brooks dies of heart attack.
Scientist Janet Greene's sister told CNN, that the cause of death was an attack caused by heart failure.
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