$HTBX CV test = can be administered ANYWHERE & we are awaiting for FDA approval. Unlikely Cepheid test which needs healthcare professionals & expensive equipment to be administered. AYTU CV test requires to draw blood but not HTBX. They got their FDA within 2 weeks. We GOT a runner here! local10.com/news/local/2020... Quote from article (keyphrase - test could be administered just about anywhere): If approved, a patient would get their throat swabbed, and the sample would be placed into a tube. The results would be simple to read: two lines means positive; one line means negative. Dr. Daunert said the test could be administered just about anywhere. "In a pharmacy, in an emergency room, in a physician's office," she said. "One day, hopefully, it could be used in airports."