Coronavirus antibodies were found’ in less than 10% of American adults, according to a new study

In July, less than 10 percent of adults in the United States had coronavirus antibodies, according to a new Stanford University study.

Coronavirus antibodies were found’ in less than 10% of American adults, according to a new study

 


Published by The Lancet on Friday, it studied more than 28,000 dialysis patients to determine how many people developed antibodies against SARS Covey 2, which led to Covid 19.

 

Co-author of the study, Julie Parsons, said: "This study clearly confirms that despite the high rates of COVID-19 in the United States, the number of people with antibodies is still low and we are exempt from herding. We are not close to getting it. " And Professor of Medicine at Stanford University.

 

In July, less than 10 percent of adult Americans had corona virus antibodies, according to a new study published by the Lancet.

 

The medical journal on Friday published a Stanford University study of 28,503 dialysis patients in 46 states. However, only 10% of those found with antibodies had previously tested positive for coronavirus.

 

The researchers collected blood plasma from patients in the clinic

 


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