Testing is vital to preventing the spread of the novel coronavirus. In fact, it is becoming more and more common for staff to be routinely tested to prevent the spread of the virus. Whether it is professional sports teams or nursing homes, testing a large group of people can help prevent the spread of the virus. In fact, the CDC recommended that medical facilities require staff to have two consecutive negative tests before returning to work after a single positive test. This same procedure has been used in the MLB and is being utilized by businesses across the country. The novel coronavirus is a new disease and is actively being studied at the same time that treatments, vaccines, and tests are developed. The nasopharyngeal swab test has been regarded as the most accurate testing option.
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