Is it possible to test positive without symptoms (asymptomatic)?

Is it possible to test positive without symptoms (asymptomatic)?

Yes, it is. People generally have a wide range of symptoms if they have COVID-19. The antigen may be present in your nasal secretions if you are asymptomatic.
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