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Question rises, whether insufficient antibodies re-infect the recovered patients

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New Delhi: India is the second most affected country in the world after the US in terms of coronavirus infection. Currently, the number of corona infections in India has crossed 51 lakh. On one hand, the number of corona patients is increasing continuously in the country and also the recovery rate is faster after treatment.

Recently, Delhi Sero survey was done, the report of which has been released by the Delhi government. According to this report, 33 percent of Delhiites have found corona virus antibodies in their bodies. These means people have developed corona infection and their body has developed antibodies against it.This is the report of the third sero survey.

Earlier the second report was released in August, according to which 29 percent antibodies were found in Delhi people. At the same time, the first sero survey was done in July, which found that more than one-fourth of Delhiites have been infected. 21,387 samples were taken for the first survey, in which antibodies were developed in 23.48% people. The second survey found that antibodies were developed in 32.2 percent of women and 28 percent of men. The survey took 17000 samples for test

According to ICMR doctors, there is not much evidence yet about whether a person can be re-infected with corona due to insufficient antibodies. However, one thing is clear that people who have been infected again have developed an immunity against it.

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