Dr. Joshua LaBaer, Executive Director of the ASU Biodesign Institute, said that researchers are looking for signs of the U.K. variant in Arizona. "The COVID-19 test that ASU does, the saliva test, I believe is the only test in the state that would reflect at least the B117, the U.K. variant. We have not seen an outbreak of that pattern yet although we continue monitoring it."
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