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Will the COVID-19 vaccine cause you to test positive?

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/vaccine-benefits/facts.html

No, vaccines currently in clinical trials in the United States will not cause patients to test positive on the viral test used to detect infection.

Since the vaccine does not cause patients to test positive for the COVID-19 viral test, testing remains the best way to rule out an active infection should symptoms develop post-vaccination. If these symptoms develop, appropriate quarantine should be practiced until active infection is ruled out.

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