Antibody testing has been a widely-discussed topic as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Terry Layman, Chief Medical Officer with OurHealth, discusses the potential problems that antibody testing might pose with Fox59 News reporter Mike Sullivan. “Most of the testing you’re hearing about right now is the IGG testing. We haven’t determined what antibody levels are required to give somebody immunity, or how long those antibodies last. These tests center around commercial labs that are qualitative tests. They give us a “Yes or No”, not a level, so even when we do determine what level [results in immunity] this test would still not be helpful.” - Dr. Terry Layman, Chief Medical Officer with OurHealth. Read the article to gain perspective on antibody testing and the ways we should, or shouldn't be utilizing this form of testing when evaluating returning to work and reopening businesses.