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Journal Scan / Research · August 25, 2021

Diagnostic Accuracy of Rapid Antigen Tests in Close Contacts of Individuals With Confirmed COVID-19

BMJ : British Medical Journal


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BMJ : British Medical Journal
Diagnostic Accuracy of Rapid Antigen Tests in Asymptomatic and Presymptomatic Close Contacts of Individuals With Confirmed SARS-CoV-2 Infection: Cross Sectional Study
BMJ 2021 Jul 27;[EPub Ahead of Print], E Schuit, IK Veldhuijzen, RP Venekamp, W van den Bijllaardt, SD Pas, EB Lodder, R Molenkamp, CH GeurtsvanKessel, J Velzing, RC Huisman, L Brouwer, TL Boelsums, GJ Sips, KSM Benschop, L Hooft, JHHM van de Wijgert, S van den Hof, KGM Moons

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