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A Double-Barreled Approach To Antibody Testing Could Improve Accuracy

Antibody tests can identify people who have been previously exposed to the coronavirus. But false positive results are a concern. Performing two different tests could reduce errors.

French Letter J Walk
Sunset The Midnight

A researcher works on the diagnosis of suspected COVID-19 cases in Belo Horizonte, state of Minas Gerais, Brazil, on March 26, 2020. Douglas Magno /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Race For A Coronavirus Vaccine Will Depend On Global Cooperation

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Tilted Christine and the Queens
Where It's At Beck
Sound of Fuca Jayda G

Detroit faces a $350 million deficit and is cutting city workers' pay. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Cities Have Never Seen A Downturn Like This, And Things Will Only Get Worse

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On the Subway Roger Joseph Manning Jr. & Brian Reitzell
Time Is the Enemy Quantic
How to Be Confident (For Real) Anna Meredith
Hard Rain Shout Out Louds
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Remembrance Caia
Fantino Sébastien Tellier
Dark Night El Perro del Mar
Wicked Game Chris Isaak
Montecristo DJ Champion

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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Polymar E Kelpe
Alone In Kyoto Air

Shoppers wear masks at Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., on May 17. An NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that most Americans think it will take at least six months to return to normal daily life. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Poll: Two-Thirds Expect Return To Normal Will Take 6 Months Or More

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3 Minutes Mashrou' Leila
Moving On Anna of the North

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