Have an at-home COVID-19 test? Here's what to know

Doctor Thomas Russo from the UB Jacobs School of Medicine said a positive at home test almost certainly means you have COVID-19 and should begin isolation immediately. Dr. Russo said if you are symptomatic but test negative, it is still possible you have COVID, so should take extra precautions.

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