COVID-19 Testing - Schools, False Positives, and In-Person Meetings (JCM ed.)
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Today we’re talking about testing in schools for COVID-19, and about recalls of SARS-CoV-2 tests due to false positive results, and, about whether we are ready to go to in-person scientific and medical meetings. Joining me for this roundtable discussion are two frequent guests on the podcast, Dr. Melissa Miller, from UNC School of Medicine, and Dr. Elli Theel, from Mayo Clinic. Links: School Testing for COVID-19. and False positive COVID-19 tests. and Return to In-Person Meetings?
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