Richard Harris Award-winning journalist Richard Harris reports on biomedical research for NPR's newsmagazines, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
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South Korean soldiers wearing protective masks sit at a temperature screening point at Incheon International Airport, South Korea, on March 9. SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Coronavirus Update: Unemployment Numbers Keep Growing Across The U.S.

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Anthony Reyes, a police officer with the City of Miami, shows the results of his coronavirus antibody test at the Hard Rock Stadium testing site in Miami Gardens, Fla., in early May. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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A Double-Barreled Approach To Antibody Testing Could Improve Accuracy

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Coronavirus Update: CDC Publishes A Report About The Coronavirus Outbreak In Arkansas

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Coronavirus Update: Vaccine Developer Reports Early Results

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Coronavirus Update: Public Health Experts Testify Before Senate

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Coronavirus Update: The White House Ramps Up The Coronavirus Testing

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A medical worker walks in front of Transformé MD Medical Center in White Plains, N.Y., where antibody testing was being offered. Pablo Monsalve/VIEW press/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Will Antibodies After COVID-19 Illness Prevent Reinfection?

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Scientists Are Trying To Understand Whether People Can Be Immune To The Coronavirus

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Coronavirus Updates: The Latest Unemployment Data In The U.S.

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Stanford medical student Thomas Koehnkz takes a blood sample from Alan Wessel of Mountain View, Calif., for a coronavirus antibody study. Ray Chavez/MediaNews Group/The Mercury News via Getty Images hide caption

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Antibody Tests For Coronavirus Can Miss The Mark

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