COVID-19 Serology Surveillance

Created by luaestrelas Jun 25, 2020

COVID-19 Serology Surveillance
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CDC is working with state, local, territorial, academic, and commercial partners to better understand COVID-19 in the United States. Serology tests look for antibodies in blood. If antibodies are found, that means there has been a previous infection. Antibodies are proteins that can fight off infections.
About CDC Serology Surveillance

  • About Serology Testing
  • Serology Surveillance Strategy
  • CDC Seroprevalence Survey Types

Serology Surveillance Surveys

  • Large-scale Geographic Seroprevalence Surveys
  • Community-level Seroprevalence Surveys
  • Special Populations Seroprevalence Surveys

Guidance on Serology (or Antibody) Testing
About Using COVID-19 Antibody Test

  • Antibody Testing At-A-Glance
  • Antibody Testing Interim Guidelines
  • Information on CDC Serology Testing Lab Work
  • FAQs for Laboratorians on Serology

More Information

  • Testing for COVID-19
  • Test for Past Infection
  • Assessing Risk Factors
  • FAQ Data & Surveillance
  • FAQs on Testing