Early pregnancy test gives early signs of covid-19

The early pregnancy test (EPT) from Covid-189, the first in a series of tests developed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is showing some early signs that the virus is starting to reach pregnant women in the United States.

A new report from the Centers for Diseases Control and Preventive Services (CDC) showed that between October 31 and December 8, the number of people who tested positive for covid rose from 5,902 to 7,734 in the U-20 age group, the group that would most likely be infected with the virus.

The number of U-16 and U-17 U.s who tested negative for the virus rose from 4,539 to 5,532 between October and December, as well.

In total, there were 4,822 cases in the age group over that period, the CDC reported, up from 3,874 cases in October.

The total number of cases increased from 621 to 719 in the entire U.