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The good and bad news about coronavirus

29 May 2020

4:15 AM

29 May 2020

4:15 AM

Finally we are getting a clue to the most vital statistic of the Covid-19 epidemic: how many people in Britain have had to disease – and who therefore might be expected to have some kind of immunity to it? Today, the ONS published the results of antibody tests on a randomised sample of nearly 19,000 people.

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