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Free COVID-19 antibody testing available to public in Los Angeles

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Baldwin Park, Feb 24 (EFE/EPA).- Free COVID-19 antibody testing is being offered to the public beginning Wednesday in Baldwin Park, east of Los Angeles. (Camera: ETIENNE LAURENT).SHOT LIST: PATIENTS GET TESTED TO SEE IF THEY HAVE ANTIBODIES TO FIGHT COVID-19 IN BALDWIN PARK, EAST OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, US.

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