New blood tests for antibodies could show true scale of coronavirus pandemic

  title={New blood tests for antibodies could show true scale of coronavirus pandemic},
  author={G. Vogel},
How many COVID-19 cases have gone undetected? And are those who had mild cases of the disease—perhaps so mild they dismissed it as a cold or allergies—immune to new infections? If so, they could slow the spread of the burgeoning pandemic Labs and companies around the world have raced to develop antibody tests, and a few have been used in small studies and received commercial approval, including several from China But so far, large-scale data from such tests—for example showing what fraction of… Expand
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