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New study of USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors reveals how coronavirus affects young, healthy adults

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WASHINGTON — A coronavirus study of USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors released Tuesday indicated the potential for some immunity to the disease based on antibodies found in the blood of positive cases.

An investigation into the virus outbreak on the Roosevelt started in April by the Navy and the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to learn more about the coronavirus and determine how it spread among the crew of the aircraft carrier and infected 1,273 of the nearly 4,800 crew members, the service said. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/new-study-of-uss-theodore-roosevelt-sailors-reveals-how-coronavirus-affects-young-healthy-adults-1.633056

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