Global  

Exclusive: In Navy study, 60 percent of carrier volunteers have coronavirus antibodies

Reuters Tuesday, 9 June 2020
A U.S. Navy investigation into the spread of the coronavirus aboard the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier has found that about 60 percent of the roughly 400 sailors tested had antibodies for the virus, three U.S. officials told Reuters on Monday.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video Credit: Reuters Studio - Published
News video: U.S. Navy test shows 60% of carrier crew have coronavirus antibodies

U.S. Navy test shows 60% of carrier crew have coronavirus antibodies 01:49

In April, the Navy and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) started conducting serology tests to look for the presence of specific antibodies that are created by the immune system's attack response to the presence of the virus and remain in the blood for a period of time. This report...

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

United States Navy United States Navy Maritime service branch of the U.S. Armed Forces

U.S. missile destroyer USS Donald Cook heads for Black Sea

KIEV, Nov. 23 (Xinhua) -- An U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer has started a journey to the...
WorldNews
China will respond to U.S. admiral visit to Taiwan [Video]

China will respond to U.S. admiral visit to Taiwan

China will respond to the reported visit of a U.S. Navy admiral to Taiwan and firmly opposes any military relations between Taipei and Washington, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 00:47Published

China says it will respond to United States Navy admiral visit to Taiwan

A two-star Navy admiral overseeing U.S. military intelligence in the Asia-Pacific region has made an unannounced visit to Taiwan, two sources told Reuters on..
WorldNews

Netanyahu: Convicted spy Pollard expected in Israel soon

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday welcomed the lifting of parole restrictions on Jonathan Pollard, the former U.S. Navy analyst convicted of..
WorldNews
Malabar 2020: Indian Navy's MiG-29Ks, US Navy's F-18s carry out simulated attacks [Video]

Malabar 2020: Indian Navy's MiG-29Ks, US Navy's F-18s carry out simulated attacks

MiG-29Ks of Indian Navy and F-18s of US Navy carried out simulated attacks on the surface force during the ongoing Malabar naval exercise. 2020. The MiG-29s operated from the INS Vikramaditya aircraft carrier. Moreover, coordinated firing on surface target was undertaken during multilateral exercise. Earlier on Thursday, the second phase of the Malabar exercise saw a high tempo of fighter flying operations from the decks of the two participating aircraft carriers -- INS Vikramaditya and USS Nimitz. The Phase-2 of the 24th edition of the multilateral Malabar Naval Exercise will culminate today. Watch the video for more.

Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 01:29Published

Related videos from verified sources

Are coronavirus antibody tests the way back to ‘normality’? [Video]

Are coronavirus antibody tests the way back to ‘normality’?

Boris Johnson has described coronavirus antibody tests as potentially being “game changing” in the fight against the pandemic. Antibodies are proteins released by the immune system in response to..

Credit: Yahoo Style     Duration: 02:23Published
Plasma donations: Men ‘make more coronavirus antibodies’ than women [Video]

Plasma donations: Men ‘make more coronavirus antibodies’ than women

Men make more coronavirus antibodies than women which makes them better plasma donors, according to anew study.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:03Published
Americans have changed the way they plan for their futures financially as a result of COVID-19 [Video]

Americans have changed the way they plan for their futures financially as a result of COVID-19

Six in ten Americans would consider moving to a less populated area in order to better protect themselves against the second wave of COVID-19 or another pandemic. The study of 2,000 Americans..

Credit: SWNS STUDIO     Duration: 01:02Published