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Bridget Wilson, of Platteville, looks up Monday afternoon as pharmacist Larry Crowley pricks her finger for a COVID-19 rapid antibody test at Wilz Hometown Pharmacy in Portage. She suspected she might have had the novel coronavirus in February, but the test showed that she didn’t have antibodies and therefore hadn’t had it.

Pharmacist Larry Crowley conducts a COVID-19 rapid antigen test on his daughter, Samantha Crowley, Monday outside of Wilz Hometown Pharmacy in Portage. The pharmacy is offering rapid antibody tests, which determine if someone has been previously infected with COVID-19, and rapid antigen tests, which determine if someone is currently infected.

Pharmacist Larry Crowley squeezes a blood sample from the finger of Bridget Wilson, of Platteville, Monday afternoon for a

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