What happens if you take a rapid test and test positive? You won’t be counted as part of Georgia’s confirmed cases. You’ll be listed... Concerns about rapid testing not being reported in Georgia

What happens if you take a rapid test and test positive? You won’t be counted as part of Georgia’s confirmed cases. You’ll be listed as a “probable case.” “We’re the last southern state to not be doing this,” said Dr. Amber Schmidtke, a public health microbiologist.

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