Potential drawbacks of frequent asymptomatic COVID-19 testing

Diagnosing asymptomatic COVID-19 subjects, who are unlikely to develop
medium- or long-term consequences from this infection, could expose these people to further invasive and potentially harmful testing (e.g., radiation) and even unnecessary treatments, which may be associated with undesirable side effects that could be worse than the disease itself.

Potential drawbacks of frequent asymptomatic COVID-19 testing
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