40 Crore People In India Still Susceptible To COVID-19: Fourth National Sero-survey
Published On: July 27, 2021 | Duration: 5 MIN, 55 SEC
The government recently announced the findings of the fourth national sero-survey and said that two-thirds of the population – aged above six years – has SARS-CoV-2 antibodies but stressed that around 40 crore people are still vulnerable to the infection. State heterogeneity 'indicates the possibility of future waves of infection,' the government warned, adding that people should travel only if fully vaccinated. NDTV's Rishika Baruah breaks down the findings of the latest sero-survey.