FDA authorizes at-home COVID test, Apple to boost iPhone production
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The U S food and drug administration issued the first emergency use authorization for an over-the-counter COVID 19 test on Tuesday.
The test produced by diagnostic company Allume does not require a prescription and can be taken and processed by the patient at home.
According to the FDA the nasal swab test is 96 percent effective at detecting positive cases in symptomatic patients and 91 percent effective at detecting positive cases when the patient is asymptomatic illume says it expects to produce 3 million tests in January of twenty.
Twenty-One apple is preparing to boost iPhone production by 30% in 2021.
According to a report in the Nikai Asian review on Tuesday Apple plans to produce up to 96 million iPhones in the first half of next year, amid increased demand for the 12 pro and 12 pro max Apple will reportedly boost production of the iPhone 12 as well as older iPhone 11 and iPhone se models.
And finally the UK government has proposed new laws to force tech and social media companies to limit the spread of illegal and harmful content.
The online harms bill is designed to stop the spread of child sexual abuse, terrorist material and suicide content as well as material that is not illegal but could be harmful such as disinformation about the corona virus vaccine.
companies could be fined millions of pounds and have their services blocked if they fail to comply with the laws.
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