Anonymous
Hey I was wondering what are the odds of testing positive after a negative oralquick swab about a week ago and a negative rna pcr almost two months ago?
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Anonymous
Greetings,

For accurate test results, we recommended receiving a blood test (finger prick or drawn from the vein) completed 3 months following an instance of exposure. The PCR test (NAAT test) is a great indication of your status, however for conclusive results follow up at the 3 month mark. Results are not likely to change.

Feel free to contact us again with any further questions or concerns,

Katie
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