The speed and accuracy of COVID-19 testing has been a major issue during this pandemic.
A new saliva-based test being deployed on the front lines appears to fit the bill.
Health experts say the saliva test is more scalable and decreases contact between patients and health care workers.
"How people are determining accuracy, with respect to the false negative (coronavirus test), one day I had a headache (and) I tested negative," Brooks said. "Now, I have a headache and a sore throat the next day, I tested positive. Was is the test? (It is) likely not."