The Tamil Nadu government plans to collect and study blood samples from 30,000

Started by devikad, Sep 23, 2020, 11:25 PM

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The Tamil Nadu government plans to collect and study blood samples from 30,000 people to diagnose the spread of corona

Corona infections are on the rise across India. In this regard, the ICMR has been working with the public to find out whether the corona infection has become socially widespread in the last month. Conducted the study. The study was conducted to determine the level of corona in the community with the level of immunity in the blood of the general population.

According to a study conducted in Chennai, Coimbatore and Thiruvannamalai districts in Tamil Nadu, 21.5 per cent people have developed immunity. This was followed by the 2nd national study by ICMR. Completed on the 20th. In this situation, the Tamil Nadu government has decided to conduct such a study.

Accordingly, the health department has decided to collect and study 30,000 samples in all the districts in Tamil Nadu. At the end of the test, a person's level of immunity in their blood will be detected, which will determine the status of the corona infection, according to the health department. The study is expected to begin later this month and be completed by October.

Sources by: Daily Thanthi

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