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Coronavirus Tests Are Necessary

 
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Coronavirus has been infecting people invisibly. It had already infected thousands of us without giving any signs, symptoms, or any possible occurrences in our body. And because of this, we tend to be very cautious of everything that is happening to us. We begin to panic when we experience something different and conclude things based on our own perceptions and ideas without consulting first through experts and professionals. 

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Besides financial assistance and government help, citizens were all shouting for free mass testing to be able to fully secure everyone’s health condition during this pandemic. Some experts concluded that without knowing your current condition, may let you be very close to getting infected by the virus (victim) or another way around which are you getting others infected by the virus (suspect). And because of this, active cases around the world are getting larger and larger every day because we ought to know that everyone around us is safe and healthy. Hence, didn’t we know that some of us might be called asymptomatic ( used to describe a person without showing any symptoms of COVID-19 yet still infected by the disease) and some of us might be symptomatic (used to describe a person with occurring visible signs or symptoms of COVID-19). 

We all know that MASS TESTING is a must to finally help everyone ensure the safety and condition of oneself against the virus. It is the only way to conclude the prediction of people with their occurring symptoms and superstitions when having to feel something bad about their state of health. 

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Money is a big deal to our daily lives. It is used to help us manage our daily expenses and satisfactions. But during these trial times, it is hard to earn money for everyone right now is needy and looking for a big help. Food, water, medicines, and protective equipment are the most essential things that should be on top of our to-buy list. But we all do want to ensure also our current situations by means of coronavirus testing. Is it free? Or does it need much money to be done so?

In some countries, like the Philippines, swab testing (testing of blood and saliva of a person to conclude if he/she is COVID-19 negative or positive) is a test that costs thousands of money before doing so. But, besides hospitals providing costly testings, government and company sponsors provided free testing kits and services to people who cannot afford to pay for expensive testings from hospitals and medical centers. 

Hence, having in mind that testing is pricey, we should not hinder ourselves to take it for our health condition depends on whatever result it shows. It is our life that we're talking about here and not just some ordinary self-satisfaction. Start now, or forever regret it!

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Disclaimer: Please note that we can only pass on general information and cannot make any guarantees or be liable for any consequences of your decision making or behavior. Use good common sense and ask your healthcare provider or physician for advice.

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