How long will I be COVID-19 positive? The Experts Answer All Your Big Questions

COVID instances are resurfacing in the United States, and it's fair to have new concerns about the virus and the most recent CDC guidelines on isolation following a positive test. After all,

it's probably been a minute since you thought about COVID, let alone dealt with an infection.If you're sitting at home, gazing at a positive COVID result   

and wondering how long you'll test positive, you're not alone. A negative test usually implies you may resume your normal activities,  

so it's understandable to want to know the results as quickly as possible.  

so it's understandable to want to know the results as quickly as possible.  

It's crucial to note that a negative COVID test isn't the only route to end your isolation; nonetheless, it can assist you get out and about sooner than not testing. But more on that in a moment.So,  

how long will you be positive for COVID? Two infectious disease specialists break it down for Women's Health.  

Yes, they can. COVID testing are typically classified into two categories: polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and antigen tests.According to the Centres for Disease Control  

and Prevention (CDC), PCR tests are the "gold standard" of COVID tests because they detect SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID, more accurately than other tests.   

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