This is potentially quite encouraging research at Oxford, and we will know more when the UK has the resources to do a randomised population exposure test. Maybe next week, I would guess.Hmmm....
Britain is now locked down for at least three weeks, but could the government’s original policy of relying on herd immunity have been right all along? That is the inference of a team of epidemiologists from Oxford university, whose modelling produces remarkably different results from that of...www.spectator.co.uk
Iceland (the country, not the shop) has the potential to an interesting laboratory for this sort of study. In an initial sample of fairly random testing of 2,000 people, only 1% of the population had been exposed to the virus, but more encouragingly 50% of those have had no symptoms at all.