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Can you build up antibodies to the coronavirus when you're 70 years old?

Question from Loes: Is it true that people of my age, about 70 do not build up antibodies or do they also test positive?
Does a swab from the throat still make sense?
Can anything be demonstrated.

A: We see so far everyone who has had corona (confirmed with pcr test ), build up antibodies.
We also regularly test people over 70 positive.
Up to 10 days after the first symptoms of illness, the PCR is reliable.
Between 10 days and 6 weeks test the IgA.
Between 4 weeks to a year, the IgG test should be sufficient.



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