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Answer: Presumptive positive cases are persons with at least one respiratory specimen that tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19 at a state or local laboratory.

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Presumptive Positive case of COVID-19: Anyone who has tested positive for the virus, but testing was conducted at the local or state level. Currently, presumptive positive cases must have sample ...

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Presumptive Positive: This is a person who tested positive for COVID-19 at a state or local laboratory. At least one respiratory sample must be positive for a case to be labeled presumptive positive.

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Presumptive Positive case of COVID-19: Anyone who has tested positive for the virus, but testing was conducted at the local or state level. Currently, presumptive positive cases must have sample ...

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Officials confirmed Thursday that a man from Fort Lee in Bergen County is the first person in New Jersey to have a presumptive positive test result for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has three levels of classifying coronavirus. A presumptive positive result is when someone has tested positive but still needs confirmation at a CDC lab.

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Presumptive Positive case of COVID-19: Anyone who has tested positive for the virus, but testing was conducted at the local or state level. Currently, presumptive positive cases must have sample ...

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The Louisiana Department of Health explains that a 'presumptive positive' case is conducted by the State Lab in Baton Rouge, and 'presumptive' becomes 'confirmed' after the state's test is ...

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For example, a test run in a lab affiliated with MaineHealth would be labeled as presumptive positive. That test would then need to be sent to a state or federal lab to be confirmed as positive . If the state of Maine runs the sample and it's positive for COVID-19, the test would be considered positive.

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A negative test may be used to rule out a drug or drug intoxication. A positive test is usually indicative of a class or classes of drugs rather than a specific drug. The results, however, are reported as positive for a specific drug. Without confirmatory testing, a positive presumptive test result can easily be misinterpreted.