The One Covid-19 Science and Medicine Thread Part 2
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6th July 2020, 07:12 PM
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At this point there should be a large enough set of folks that have been tested in the past for antibodies and were positive to provide preliminary data on the degree of immunity, if any, a prior exposure produces since people continue to get infected.
This is more doable in places that had serological surveys earlier as well as have been experiencing increasing new cases. California in particular.
So where is this data?
Other than deliberately infecting them - how can you ascertain data for actual exposure much less amount of exposure?
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