Southside Savannah resident Treasure McCrary is already back at work after learning her COVID-19 test came back negative. Now 12 days removed from the... Doctors worried about false negatives in testing

Southside Savannah resident Treasure McCrary is already back at work after learning her COVID-19 test came back negative. Now 12 days removed from the onset of what she described as COVID-19 symptoms, she still suffers from a cough and runny nose. Her experience underscores a medical reality that nags at physicians and other health care officials, including Dr. Stephen Thacker, Memorial’s associate chief medical officer and a pediatric infectious disease physician: The possibility of false negative tests.

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