By Dennis Thompson

HealthDay Reporter

MONDAY, April 27, 2020 (HealthDay Information) — Testing for the COVID-19 coronavirus can be an disagreeable affair, with a medical professional or nurse shoving a cotton swab deep into your nasal cavity to get a superior sample.

But final results that are just as correct can be obtained from a more easily obtained saliva sample, a new Yale examine studies.

Saliva samples taken from just within the mouth have been more correct and consistent than deep nasal swabs taken from 44 sufferers and ninety eight health and fitness care employees, the scientists reported.

For instance, saliva samples detected the coronavirus in two health and fitness care employees without signs who’d previously been cleared by a deep nasal swab, the Yale scientists stated.

“We found it performs as very well as, and in a variety of situations greater, than the nasopharyngeal swab,” stated guide researcher Anne