COVID-19 Testing: PCR, Antigen, & Serology
Updated 12/28/2021 Page 1 of 6 COVID-19 Testing: PCR, Antigen, & Serology There are three types of tests available for COVID-19 that can detect whether a person had it in the past (serology testing, which tests
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