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You Tested Positive for Covid-19. Now What?

Here’s how to proceed safely

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IIt’s not easy to get yourself tested for Covid-19 right now, but if you’ve done so and received a positive result — whether you got tested as part of a surveillance program, because you were a contact of someone who tested positive, or because you were feeling sick — know that most people who contract Covid-19 have a pretty mild case, ranging…




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Keren Landman, MD

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