Q. 27 - Confirmation: Tests that were negative for the viral illness

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The choice here of "None of the above." is taken to mean that the respondent(s) had at least one positive test (so not all were negative). This is a bit confusing but 33% selected this as well as other responses here.


13 skipped this question (9.6%).


When one combines this and the preceding question on positive tests, one can see that the majority of respondents presenting in this sample of "long-term" COVID-19 illness did not have results that confirmed the diagnosis of this viral illness. In some ways, that has become one of the hallmarks of this diagnosis.


History and Physical examination were the tool that most often provided a diagnosis of COVID-19 when this was obtained.


Only 1 respondents replied that all tests were negative.




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