A second test for COVID-19, developed by University of Minnesota Medical School researchers, will play a role in the state’s plan to reopen Minnesota. This test looks for antibodies generated after exposure to the virus, and combined with the University’s diagnostic (PCR) test, helps categorize those tested into four categories—information that will equip the state to confidently send Minnesotans back to work.
On what do the experts agree? The omicron variant is one of the most transmissible viruses known.
I’m vaccinated, now what? First, thank you! Second, if you haven’t yet, schedule your booster shot.
With students, many staff, faculty, and researchers already on campus, and others making plans to return this fall, I want to acknowledge…