Reuters reported on Thursday that more than 13% of the researchers tested positive for the latest outbreak in England. < p > < p > in the UK, a total of 313798 people are positive for NCV, of which 270971 are in England, or only 0.5% of the population in England. However, a new crown antibody test conducted by Imperial College London on more than 100000 people in England showed that nearly 6% of them had antibodies, indicating that 3.4 million people had been infected by the new crown by the end of June. < / P > < p > this result is consistent with other surveys carried out by the UK National Statistics Office, which show that the level of new crown infections in the community during the pandemic was higher than indicated by daily test statistics. Medical and nursing workers are most likely to have been infected. London seems to have the highest infection rate, where 13% of people have antibodies, and ethnic minorities are two to three times more likely to have new crowns than whites.