By Dennis Thompson

HealthDay Reporter

MONDAY, April 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Testing for the COVID-19 coronavirus can be an uncomfortable affair, with a physician or nurse shoving a cotton swab deep into your nasal cavity to get a very good sample.

But final results that are just as correct can be received from a a lot more very easily acquired saliva sample, a new Yale review stories.

Saliva samples taken from just inside the mouth have been a lot more correct and dependable than deep nasal swabs taken from forty four clients and 98 health treatment workers, the scientists