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Around 3.4 million people in England — 6% of the population — have contracted coronavirus, with infection rates twice as high in London, a major antibody study found.
People from Black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups, care workers, and people living in larger households were among the most likely to have been infected.
The research involved 100,000 people testing themselves at home for coronavirus antibodies between June 20 and July 13.
The tests were still deemed to be suitable for surveillance studies such as the Imperial research.
People in the most deprived areas of England had higher antibody levels than those in the wealthiest areas.