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No, because UVa is testing randomly quite frequently, symptomatic or not.

That increases the denominator significantly. And, even if students have been exposed, many will beat it with their T-cells rapidly without ever producing significant levels of antibodies. So you'll never really know they "had" it.
[Post edited by chicken at 11/17/2020 1:41PM]

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