3D Printing and coronavirus testing

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As mentioned by  Todd Goldstein, director of design and innovation at Northwell, Yahoo Finance, “First it was the kits, then it became the reagents [in short supply], then it became the swabs. We couldn’t print the kits or the reagents. It’s tough; everyone wants the same supplies at the same time.”

The FDA is willing to discuss these and other issues with manufacturers and facilities. Entities should email COVIDManufacturing@fda.hhs.gov for more information.

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