There seem to be a lot of people who seem to have had Covid-19 — and yet have tested negative for the antibodies. Why? |
How close are we to herd immunity? explains why the number of people who've had Covid-19 could be double current estimates
Another thoughtful COVID piece by : Why your negative antibody test might be wrong 
On antibody testing, and what it means for the quite large subset of people who thought they had Covid and then tested negative for antibodies
Serology tests pick out only half of Covid cases, suggesting that many more people than previously thought have contracted the virus
Why your negative antibody test might be wrong on the mystery of why so many people who seem to have had Covid tested negative
"When it was clear that the coronavirus was coming to Britain, everyone seemed to have it. Friends, family, parents at the school gate. I started to wonder if I’d had it, after I coughed a few times." |