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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Savannah Morning News