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Top hospitals are experimenting with new blood tests that can tell if you've ever had the coronavirus. The tech could help send sidelined healthcare workers back to work and let people out of their homes

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Penn Medicine and the Mayo Clinic are working on tests that detect past exposure to the novel coronavirus in frontline healthcare workers, even if they haven't had symptoms of the disease.
The projects use serology screening , which looks for antibodies the body makes to fight off the virus.
Widespread tests of this nature have the potential to ease lockdowns and let people out of their homes again.
But researchers caution the science has a long way to go.
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