Researchers say the saliva-based test could reduce the wait time for results from 48 hours to ten minutes.
Nogales' Superintendent says their decision as to when in-person learning will begin will rely on COVID-19 infections data.
Arizona’s availability of beds isn’t the only resource being stressed. Hospitals have asked workers from other cities and states to help keep things moving.
While President Trump has pushed to decrease testing, health experts say current testing levels still aren’t enough to help contain the virus' resurgence.
Santa Cruz County has Arizona’s second-highest positive test rate for COVID-19, data shows — second only to Navajo County.
If people aren’t responsible as businesses begin to reopen, the percentage of positive coronavirus cases in Arizona is expected to increase.
With positive COVID-19 cases now at 5,769 and the death toll increasing every day, Arizona is ramping up testing.