1. The coronavirus may remain in the body for a month or more — but does that mean you’re still contagious?  MarketWatch
  2. When Should You Get Tested for COVID-19? Here's What Experts Say  Health.com
  3. 74 new cases of COVID-19 in Calhoun County over the last week  Battle Creek Enquirer
  4. Michigan health officials urge coronavirus testing for asymptomatic people, despite federal pivot  mlive.com
  5. America Doesn’t Have a Coherent Strategy for Asymptomatic Testing. It Needs One.  ProPublica
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New research suggests COVID-19 patients should be tested again four weeks after symptoms first appearNew research suggests COVID-19 patients should be tested again four weeks after symptoms first appear

The coronavirus may remain in the body for a month or more — but does that mean you’re still contagious? - MarketWatch

When should you get tested for COVID-19? Infectious diseases experts and the CDC explain when to get a viral (PCR) test, and when to get a coronavirus antibody test.In some cases, you don't need to show symptoms.

When Should You Get Tested for COVID-19? Here's What Experts Say | Health.com

The CDC recently updated its COVID-19 testing guidance related to asymptomatic individuals.

Michigan health officials urge coronavirus testing for asymptomatic people, despite federal pivot - mlive.com

The percentage of positive test results in Calhoun County is just below the 3% threshold, which officials say means the virus' spread is under controlThe percentage of positive test results in Calhoun County is just below the 3% threshold, which officials say means the virus' spread is under control

74 new cases of COVID-19 in Calhoun County over the last week

While it battles a virus that can spread quickly via silent carriers, the United States has yet to execute a strategy for testing asymptomatic people. This is a problem — and ProPublica health reporter Caroline Chen explains why.While it battles a virus that can spread quickly via silent carriers, the United States has yet to execute a strategy for testing asymptomatic people. This is a problem — and ProPublica health…

America Doesn’t Have a Coherent Strategy for Asymptomatic Testing. It Needs One. — ProPublica