If you haven't come down with any symptoms and you've been following stay-at-home orders, you may not think you need a COVID-19 test. But, that's not necessarily the case. Even if you've been at home for the past several months, you could have still been exposed to the virus. This is especially true if you live with family members who leave the house or you've gone to the store recently. You never know when you might come in contact with someone who's asymptomatic.
30 July 2020