PHOTOS French pharmacists authorized to carry out COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test

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French pharmacists authorized to carry out COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test

Xinhua

10:43, July 21, 2020

A poster about COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test is seen on the front door of a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes. (Photos: Xinhua)

A staff member (L) takes a man's blood sample for COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test at a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes.

A COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test kit is pictured at a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes.

A pharmacist displays a negative result on a COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test cassette at a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes.

A poster about COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test is seen on the front door of a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes.

A COVID-19 antibody rapid serological test kit is pictured at a pharmacy in Paris, France, July 20, 2020. To speed up the screening of COVID-19, French pharmacists have been authorized, since July 11 and until October 30, to carry out antibody rapid serological test which allows a simple drop of blood taken from the fingertip to be tested for the possible presence of antibodies against COVID-19 in about ten minutes.

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