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Why PCR test can’t be 100% trusted when testing for COVID-19



In his opinion, PCR should be taken twice with an interval of about three days. And when the PCR in the nasopharynx finally becomes negative, you can check the PCR in the blood. This will be an additional guarantee that there is no coronavirus in the body.

In the end, Netesov warned that it is important not to forget about the risk of re-infection. According to him, vaccination can reduce the likelihood of illness and prevent the severe course of COVID-19.

News stories cannot be equated with a doctor’s prescription. Before making a decision, consult a specialist.

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