"Most of them are not drive-thru testing centers, they're drive-thru sampling centers. So what we plan to do is make sure they are drive-thru testing centers, and provide people with results on the spot."
Culver City-based XPRIZE gave out $5 million to groups that are making faster, cheaper COVID tests. Some are already on the market. Reporter Breanna De Vera has the story.
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