Articles about Serological Survey

90% in Delhi have COVID-19 antibodies. What does it mean?

28 Oct 2021

India
90% in Delhi have COVID-19 antibodies. What does it mean?

The results of the sixth serological survey conducted in Delhi reveal that more than 90% people in the national capital have developed antibodies against the coronavirus.

Kerala has least COVID-19 antibodies: ICMR's national serosurvey

29 Jul 2021

India
Kerala has least COVID-19 antibodies: ICMR's national serosurvey

The fourth national COVID-19 serosurvey conducted by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) found that at least two-thirds of India's population above the age of six years have antibodies against the virus causing COVID-19: SARS-CoV-2.

'No room for complacency': Centre issues 7-point advisory after serosurvey

21 Jul 2021

India
'No room for complacency': Centre issues 7-point advisory after serosurvey

The Union Health Ministry has issued an advisory on coronavirus protocols and traveling in view of the fourth national serological survey.

Two-third of Indians have COVID-19 antibodies: ICMR serosurvey

20 Jul 2021

India
Two-third of Indians have COVID-19 antibodies: ICMR serosurvey

Around 40 crore Indians are still vulnerable to COVID-19 infections, according to India's fourth national serological survey.

COVID-19: 4th serosurvey to focus on kids, rural areas

02 Jun 2021

India
COVID-19: 4th serosurvey to focus on kids, rural areas

A fourth national serological survey to monitor the spread of the coronavirus will be held this month.

Half of Delhi has antibodies against COVID-19, finds serological survey

02 Feb 2021

India
Half of Delhi has antibodies against COVID-19, finds serological survey

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday said that a serological survey conducted in the national capital found that as many as 56.13% of people have developed antibodies against COVID-19, indicating exposure to the coronavirus.

7.4 crore Indians exposed to coronavirus till August: ICMR serosurvey

27 Nov 2020

India
7.4 crore Indians exposed to coronavirus till August: ICMR serosurvey

As many as 7.4 crore people in India, or about 7% of the total population, were exposed to the novel coronavirus till August this year, revealed the second nationwide serological survey by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).

1 in 4 exposed to COVID-19 in Delhi: Sero-prevalence survey

12 Nov 2020

India
1 in 4 exposed to COVID-19 in Delhi: Sero-prevalence survey

A new sero-prevalence survey conducted in the national capital showed that around one in four of the people tested were exposed to COVID-19, the Delhi government informed the Delhi High Court on Wednesday.

India has world's highest number of COVID-19 recoveries: Health Ministry

29 Sep 2020

India
India has world's highest number of COVID-19 recoveries: Health Ministry

India has the highest number of recovered cases of COVID-19 in the world, the Health Ministry said on Tuesday.

33% in Delhi already exposed to coronavirus, according to serosurvey

17 Sep 2020

India
33% in Delhi already exposed to coronavirus, according to serosurvey

Roughly 33% of people in Delhi have antibodies against the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, initial findings of a serological survey showed.

Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 may not guarantee immunity, say scientists

08 Sep 2020

Technology
Antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 may not guarantee immunity, say scientists

While the presence of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus causing COVID-19, is indicative of past exposure to the virus, it is not synonymous with immunity against it, scientists have clarified.

Coronavirus: What are the serosurveys not telling us?

29 Jul 2020

Technology
Coronavirus: What are the serosurveys not telling us?

Recently, several surveys have shown that the number of people who have been exposed to the coronavirus is higher than the number of "cases" reported.

18 crore Indians may already be protected against COVID-19: Thyrocare

21 Jul 2020

India
18 crore Indians may already be protected against COVID-19: Thyrocare

COVID-19 is wreaking havoc around the world, with India being one of the worst-hit countries.

Delhi plans to begin random serological tests starting June 27

22 Jun 2020

India
Delhi plans to begin random serological tests starting June 27

In light of surging COVID-19 cases, Delhi is looking to start random serological tests on its citizens.