Rapid coronavirus antigen tests may give false positives, FDA warns

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Healthcare providers and clinical labs that false positive results can occur with coded 19 auntie gin tests. Those are the test that detects proteins on the surface of the virus. They can have results more quickly. The molecular tests, which are considered less accurate, but this alert about the anti Jin test was made after reports of false positives in nursing homes. A new report

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