Newborn shows antibodies against Covid-19 in Spain

Um newborn of the Hospital Universitário San Jorge de Huesca, in Spain, presented antibodies against Covid-19 after taking a test serological.

According to the Spanish press, the newborn tested positive for Covid-19 in a first test PCR, the rapid test, but later it was negative in a second exam.

After observing the 48-hour protocol for a new test PCR, the new diagnosis, this time negative, suggests that the baby may have acquired the antibodies through the mother’s placenta. This is, at least, the hypothesis that is being evaluated by doctors.

According to the municipality of Aragon, the baby was born last Friday and underwent the test PCR after the mother tested positive when she was admitted to the hospital.

The baby may have contracted antibodies through the placenta, which is one of the few known cases of antibodies against the disease in the world.

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