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The antibody test, which is not to be confused with the antigen test, shows whether a person has antibodies to the coronavirus or not. This test indicates whether a person may have been infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the past, even without knowing it, or whether antibodies to the virus have been formed after a vaccination.

To continue to monitor the spread of the virus, a representative sample will continue to receive invitations via post or e-mail with a personalized code, allowing to take a "Dry Blood Spot" (DBS) test. This concerns residents and cross border workers.

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