Does the Limit of detection play a role in deciding whether the test is positive, or negative Let us say that we have Joe who has recently been exposed to Covid-19.
Joe got himself tested by a normal PCR test on the second day of exposure and got a negative result. So, Joe does not worry about his condition, and he is going on a regular routine. He is going out and working with his colleagues. After 4 days Joe decided to get himself tested with CoviLamp-PCR, the results came positive while the normal PCR test results indicated Joe was negative for Covid-19 infection. negative with the.
To clarify the false positive and false negative results, he was again tested with a normal PCR test on the next day. He became more positive and realized he was spreading the virus to the people he was engaged with.