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Voluntary 'mass testing' associated with 25% reduction in covid-19 related hospitalizations

Posted On: Dec 3, 2022   |   Posted By: News Medical

The first ever voluntary 'mass testing' pilot for people without covid symptoms was associated with an overall 25% reduction in covid-19 related hospital admissions, including an initial 43% reduction with military assistance, finds a study published by The BMJ today.

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