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People testing negative for Covid-19 but showing symptoms should be treated: Experts

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Nearly 1 in 100 Americans has tested positive for Covid-19. As the virus rages uncontrolled, the US has recorded more than 3.3 million coronavirus cases. According to CNN, at least 137,797 Americans have died from the deadly virus. Globally over 13 million people have tested positive for the...

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