Health officials estimate that 14 percent of Russians now have coronavirus antibodies
After testing people in 46 regions across the country, health officials estimate that 14 percent of Russians now have immunity against the coronavirus. According to Anna Popova, the head of the Federal Service for Consumer Rights Protection and Human Welfare, minors under the age of 17 exhibit the highest degree of immunity: almost 20 percent. Immunity for Russians between the ages of 18 and 64 is 14 percent, and it’s just 11 percent for people older than 65.
On May 28, Moscow Mayor Sergey Sobyanin revealed that mass testing showed that 14 percent of Muscovites have coronavirus antibodies. The capital hasn’t released new data since then.