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Should You Get a Coronavirus Test If You Protested?

Video Credit: Wochit News
Published on June 5, 2020 - Duration: 00:36s

Should You Get a Coronavirus Test If You Protested?

There are things to keep in mind if you’ve protested and are unsure about getting a COVID-19 test.

You should get tested if you can but you don’t have to say that you were at a protest.

If you aren’t able to get tested, you should act as though you may have been exposed.

Limit your contact with other people for the next two weeks, says Gizmodo.

Some develop the infection 2 days post-exposure, but 5 to14 days after is more common.

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