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A person swabs their nose as they receive testing for both rapid antigen and PCR COVID-19 tests at a Reliant Health Services testing site in Hawthorne, Calif., on Jan. 18. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Even if they can find a test, not everyone wants to know they have COVID

For some people, getting a positive coronavirus test could mean loss of income or other life disruptions. Doctors worry about growing disincentives to test and how this could prolong the pandemic.

A person swabs their nose as they receive testing for both rapid antigen and PCR COVID-19 tests at a Reliant Health Services testing site in Hawthorne, Calif., on Jan. 18. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Even if they can find a test, not everyone wants to know they have COVID

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Author Toni Morrison pictured at Princeton University in New Jersey in October 1993. She is known for her 11 novels, but her single short story has often been forgotten. Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Toni Morrison's only short story is available in book form for the first time

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A nurse administers a pediatric dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to a girl at a L.A. Care Health Plan vaccination clinic at Los Angeles Mission College in the Sylmar neighborhood in Los Angeles on Jan. 19. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 vaccine for young kids could be ready this month

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Members of the Oath Keepers on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Oath Keepers face seditious conspiracy charges. DOJ has mixed record with such cases

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