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Włoskie laboratorium twierdzi, że 38% losowych osób ma antyciała na koronawirusa

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@matkaPewnegoMirka:
na reddit jest link do telegraph.co.uk, tam jest płatny artykuł, widać tylko początek, ale tam OP na reddit zacytował odpowiedni fragment

Sorry behind paywall. A lot of caveats but we are STARTING to get at least something resembling servosurveys, again this could be WAY off but let's take all the info we can. The relevant info:

There are glimmers of hope. Early results from the Italian bio-lab Meleam shows that 38pc of all Italians tested randomly for antibodies across nine regions have been exposed to the virus already. If validated, the disease has spread far more widely than supposed. The death rate is therefore very low. Italy – and others – are closer to the final exit of herd immunity. Ergo, we can call off the lockdowns sooner.

Or as one contributor to a controversial article in the British Medical Journal put it, “What the hell are we locking down for? Is economic meltdown a price worth paying to halt or delay what is already amongst us?”.

But if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Meleam’s sample size is 1,731 cases. There have been big problems with the accuracy of serological antibody tests even in countries with highly-sophisticated life-sciences industries.

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