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Why coronavirus antibody testing in one Colorado town could provide a way forward

Testing in the ski town Telluride could allow for fewer restrictions nationwide.

While it might be impossible to figure out who is going to become sick with novel coronavirus, some public health experts believe the more critical question may be who has already been exposed.

In Telluride, Colorado, last week, one biotech company put that idea to work.

United Biomedical is now working with San Miguel County, which includes the famous Rocky Mountain ski destination, to test all 8,000 residents for COVID-19 antibodies — making it the first community in the country to do widespread antibody testing.  (See link for article)



Again, if the CDC didn’t insist upon having its own test so they can market their products, the U.S. wouldn’t be in the pickle it’s in – with faulty testing yielding completely unreliable data:




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