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November 12, 2020

David Joles – Star Tribune

A person at a new saliva testing center for COVID-19 in the Minneapolis Convention Center dropped a saliva sample into a collection box.

Minnesotans have an array of options to get tested for COVID-19, including hundreds of sites run by hospital systems and other private providers, and a network of sites run by the state Health Department that offer free testing and may accommodate walk-ups.

Q: What kinds of tests are available to detect COVID-19?

A: Doctors say there are two main types of tests for diagnosing an active COVID infection that are most relevant to the general public in Minnesota today: Nasal-swab testing and saliva testing.


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