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Healthcare Workers and First Responders -- Free COVID-19 Antibody Tests

RALEIGH (WTVD) -- A Wake County healthcare company is offering free COVID-19 antibody tests to frontline healthcare workers and first responders Tuesday.

Halo Health is setting up a drive-thru testing operation in Raleigh's Cameron Village. They will be done in an empty parking lot across from 702 Oberlin Road.

The company is a Raleigh-based mobile physician practice that offers house calls.

"I think we're doing a great job in North Carolina. I think social distancing correctly and early on and it has really stemmed the explosion of the disease here," said UNC Lenior ER Physician Dr. Dan Minior (Chief Medical Officer and Co-Founder, Halo Health Mobile).

Halo Health said it wanted to help all healthcare professionals who are putting their lives on the line to take care of people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Frontline workers who want to get a free test Tuesday need to sign up first on the Halo Health website HERE

Antibody testing can help determine who already has been infected and might have immunity to the coronavirus.

The blood test involves a finger prick and results are available in ten minutes.

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