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How should we deal with false-negative cases? | Updated: 2020-04-16 15:41

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases 1.76 million globally, medical workers around the world are facing great challenges.

Samia Abdou Girgis, Head of Infection Control Unit in Ain Shams University Hospital in Egypt posed a question about dealing with false-negative cases on an online conference Monday. Dr. Fan Junping, a pulmonologist from Peking Union Medical College Hospital, recommended that frontline medics deploy multiple measures to identify infections and take strict quarantine measures.

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