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ECU82

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I don’t know the date the test result of the positive was obtained


Or when the possible exposure happened. Regardless, even though the vast majority will show positive within 3-5 days after exposure, most guidelines state 10-14 days to be sure it isn’t one of those rare exceptions that take longer than 5 days. I imagine the AAC is set up along those requirements.

Not saying I agree with it but it is how the rules are set up most places.
[Post edited by ECU82 at 10/17/2020 7:02PM]

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Posted: 10/17/2020 at 7:02PM



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