Health workers are knocking on doors around metro Atlanta this week to conduct random antibody tests to see how many people have been infected... CDC, health workers conducting random tests in Fulton, DeKalb

Health workers are knocking on doors around metro Atlanta this week to conduct random antibody tests to see how many people have been infected with the novel coronavirus. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — which is headquartered in Atlanta — has partnered with the Georgia Department of Public Health and the local boards of health in Fulton and Dekalb counties to conduct a survey of randomly selected homes.

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