COVID-19 Antibody Testing in Minnesota Scheduled for October 10

COVID-19 antibody testing in Minnesota will start on October 10.

Residents of Worthington, Minnesota, asked for antibody testing to find out if they had the virus or not.

Thousands of people across the US are asymptomatic carriers of coronavirus. So, Minnesota citizens are willing to get tested and see if they are immune to it.

The testing will start on October 10, and it will last for two days.

Everyone older than seven years will be welcome to the Nobles County Fairgrounds testing site.

The purpose of this study is to get a complete picture of everyone who got infected by COVID-19 but never showed symptoms.

The overall result of the testing won’t affect the total count of positive cases in the country, but rather help the medical authorities to understand the behavior of the virus.

Antibodies are the immune response created by our bodies every time we get attacked by a virus, no matter if we have symptoms or not.

Nobles County residents can register for coronavirus antibody testing at the Nobles County study website page.

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