Antibodies found in about 8 percent people in this city of Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: The number of people being infected by the Covid-19 is increasing continuously across the country. After unlock announced, now 60-70 thousand new cases are coming out every day, the death toll has also crossed 60 thousand. However, the government hopes that people will develop antibodies to the coronavirus.

In this way, a new number has come out from Indore in Madhya Pradesh regarding antibodies. According to which the survey conducted in the city earlier this month showed that antibodies have developed in 7.72 percent of the people. Talking about the coronavirus cases, Indore has been the most affected city. On the other hand, Indore Divisional Commissioner Pawan Kumar Sharma has said that 'Blood samples of 7,103 people above one year of age can be carried out under the survey from August 11 to 23 with the help of National Center for Disease Control'. He told that 'out of these 548 samples, about 8 percent people, antibodies to coronavirus have been found. Most importantly, antibodies have been found in equal proportions among men and women surveyed.

It has been learned that efforts are being made to remove the infection spreading in the affected areas of the city. According to the official, in the Bombay market area of the city, antibodies have been found in more than 30 percent people. He said, according to the survey, people in the age group of 45 to 60 had maximum antibodies.

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