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Kerala govt conducts seroprevalence study to assess Covid spread

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Kerala, the state government is conducting a seroprevalence study, according to reports. Kerala Health Minister Veena George said the study began earlier this month and is expected to be completed by September-end.

The study would help understand the Covid seropositivity rate among various age groups including children, George said while speaking to reporters.  "The Health Department is conducting the seroprevalence study.

It is expected to completed by this month end. It will be carried out among children as well as adults," she added. Asked about the school reopening in Kerala, George said the study would help understand the seropositivity among children and the government would take further decisions about it after the study.

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