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NEW YORK – Previously using a breath-based method to develop its diagnostic tests, Canary Health Technologies is expanding its reach as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to other sample types, using the same biosensor technology.

It has submitted its saliva-based Pelican CV-19 test and Pelican CV-19 analyzer to the US Food and Drug Administration for Emergency Use Authorization as an over-the-counter at-home test and is preparing to supply the test commercially when and if the authorization is granted. 

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