Will Maryland allow use of coronavirus tests from South Korea sans FDA review?

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan touted what he called a secret deal with a company in South Korea to acquire badly needed coronavirus test kits. The question now has become, will the state allow the tests to be used without review by the Food and Drug Administration? The governor called it a game-changing deal in announcing the purchase by the state of 500,000 coronavirus tests made by South Korean company LabGenomics. The first shipment arrived April 18 via a Korean Air jet at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.