Georgia case numbers of COVID-19 might be underreported because rapid antigen tests are not included in the daily count. State officials say only if... Georgia case count doesn’t include rapid tests

Georgia case numbers of COVID-19 might be underreported because rapid antigen tests are not included in the daily count. State officials say only if someone with a positive rapid antigen test also gets a regular PCR, or molecular test, that confirms COVID-19 are they added to the daily count.

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