Rapid coronavirus antigen tests may give false positives, FDA warns



Tests. The decision to alert healthcare providers and clinical lab staff comes after reports of false positives results linked to testing done in nursing homes. The FDA says that false positive results can occur when instructions on how to use the tests are not followed exactly to the tee and Auntie Gin test requires a nasal or throat swab and can produce results more quickly than other types of coded tests. Coming up on 9 34 as we continue our in depth team

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