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Study: Nearly A Quarter Of Residents Of This World Capital Have Already Had COVID-19

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Study: Nearly A Quarter Of Residents Of This World Capital Have Already Had COVID-19

Study: Nearly A Quarter Of Residents Of This World Capital Have Already Had COVID-19

Alarming new data from New Delhi, India reveals nearly one in four residents there may have been infected with the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

According to CNN, antibody tests on a random sample of 21,387 people showed among them, 23.48% were found to have COVID-19 antibodies.

Carried out two weeks ago, the figures suggest actual infections in the city are much more widespread than the number of confirmed cases reflects.

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