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Czech population's coronavirus immunity slow to build, study shows

Reuters Wednesday, 6 May 2020
Immunity to the novel coronavirus is building up very slowly in the Czech Republic, with no more than 4-5% of the population likely to be covered, the health ministry said on Wednesday, after mass testing for antibodies that started last month.
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