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Doctors say people shouldn't rely on negative COVID-19 test for Thanksgiving

Posted at 10:46 AM, Nov 17, 2020

Doctors are warning people against getting a coronavirus test if it's actually not necessary.

They say testing supplies are starting to get low, and it will only get worse as more cases arise.

The doctors also say you shouldn't rely on a negative test to visit family for the holidays. It's not always 100% accurate and can put others at risk.