[ Live Trump tests positive for Covid-19 updates and news .] Here's what you need to know: Less than 10 percent of Americans have coronavirus antibodies, a new study finds. In the U.S., the virus is spreading fastest in the heartland. Florida lifts restrictions for restaurants and other businesses. 'I feel sorry for Americans': The world watches the U.S. response to the virus. The pandemic prompts Japan to bring manufacturing home from China, but it's easier said than done. The French Open is scaled back as France's caseload surges. The virus hits home for Bali's governor, who reopened the island to tourists. Less than 10 percent of Americans have coronavirus antibodies, a new study finds. Less than 10 percent of Americans have antibodies to the new coronavirus, suggesting that the nation is even further from herd immunity than had been previously estimated, according to a study published Friday in The Lancet . The study looked at blood samples from 28,500 patients on dialysis in 46 states, the first such nationwide analysis. The results roughly matched those of an analysis to be released next week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found that about 10 percent of blood… Read full this story
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