24-25% of Moscow's population has antibodies to the new coronavirus infection


24-25% of Moscow's population has antibodies to the new coronavirus infection, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda radio station.

"In Moscow, so far 24-25% have antibodies", - said Anna Popova. She added that in some regions, the indicator of population immunity is even higher. For example, according to her, in the Leningrad region it reaches 40% of the region's population, and in Kaliningrad, about 50% of the population has antibodies.

Earlier, on September 10, the deputy mayor of Moscow for social development Anastasia Rakova said that population immunity to coronavirus in the capital of Russia had stabilized at around 20%.

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