At least a quarter of Indians have been infected with the new coronavirus, much higher than official figures, according to a new study. According to a report on the 19th, Dr. bermani, the head of the agency, said that after analyzing 270000 antibody tests from all over India, the antibody retention rate was 26%, indicating that more than a quarter of Indians had been infected with the new coronavirus. “This is much higher than previously expected, and the antibody retention rate of children is as high as that of other age groups,” bermani added. According to the report, the survey conducted by the Indian government in Mumbai and other cities shows that the antibody retention rate in some densely populated districts reaches 57%, which is close to that of thyrocare in the same area. According to current trends, by the end of this year, the antibody retention rate of India’s whole population will reach 40%. Novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed in India has risen to 2836926 cases, according to the latest data released by
India health ministry on 20. In the past 24 hours, there were 69652 new confirmed cases in India, the largest increase in a single day since the outbreak began, with an increase of more than 50000 cases per day for 22 consecutive days. There were 977 new deaths and 53866 deaths.