Antibody tests available in NH, state to pay for tests for uninsured
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New Hampshire has had 2,947 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of Friday, but in a briefing, Gov. Chris Sununu guessed many more people have had the virus.
Guidelines for who can get tested for an active infection were loosened this week, and on Friday Sununu announced “antibody testing,” or blood tests to see if someone has already had the virus. New Hampshire is not issuing guidelines about who should get an antibody test — it will be up to each individual.