COVID test pooling hampered by positivity and logistical hurdles

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Rising infection rates have limited the approach’s usefulness of late. Because pooled samples must be broken apart and tested separately in the case of a positive result, pooled testing is inefficient in populations with high positivity rates.

Rising infection rates have limited the approach’s usefulness of late. Because pooled samples must be broken apart and tested separately in the case of a positive result, pooled testing is inefficient in populations with high positivity rates.

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