I’m here to tell you that your blood test might not come back positive.
I have to go through a blood pressure check, an ECG, an ultrasound, and an EKG and we have to make sure you’re still okay and healthy.
“You need to do a blood draw, a CT scan, an MRI, and a CAT scan to confirm that everything is OK,” said Dr. Brian Linton, a physician and chief of medical services at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
The blood draw will be done at a hospital in your home state, and you will also have to submit a signed consent form, which you can sign online.
You will also need to take a blood sample for the COVID-19 vaccine, which is scheduled to be administered in the coming days.
“If you don’t have that vaccine, you will not get that vaccine.
You will have to take that vaccine anyway,” Dr. Linton said.
Dr. Lien is also offering to help people who have had previous COVID infections and have been tested positive.
He said you can get a test for COVID through a hospital.
“I’m not going to say how often we will offer that test, but we can offer it at some point,” Dr Linton told ABC News.
A COVID vaccine is expected to be given to as many as 8 million people in the U.S. by year’s end.
There have been about 6,000 new cases of COVID in the United States, with the most recent deaths occurring in New York City on June 14, according to the CDC.
As of Wednesday, nearly 8.7 million Americans were hospitalized and 2.2 million were treated for COIDS-related illness, according the CDC and the American Association of Poison Control Centers.