A: First, if you took a quick test, you do not necessarily need a PCR test to confirm the diagnosis. Bleasdale said this is not necessary if you have symptoms. If you have no symptoms or a known exposure, consider a follow-up PCR if there is concern about a false positive. But she added: “Right now, with the significant increase in cases, we are not seeing very many false positives.”
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