Exclusive: U.S. Navy test shows 60 percent of carrier crew have coronavirus antibodies
A U.S. Navy investigation into the spread of the coronavirus aboard the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier has found that about 60 percent of sailors tested had antibodies for the virus, two U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday.
About 60 percent of the Theodore Roosevelt crew have coronavirus antibodies.
"only about 400 volunteers participated in the serology test, lower than the 1,000 volunteers that were sought." Fascinating to see the military using self-selected samples of volunteers, when presumably they can compel testing (and did previously)