Study in sero-epidemiology evaluated four serological tests concluding that a reliable positive for COVID-19 may only be possible after 4 weeks of illness onset.
The use of serology for diagnosis of acute disease must be viewed with caution and RT-PCR for virus detection remains the method of choice.
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