Park Slope Sees Lowest Coronavirus Antibody Test Rate In Brooklyn

New data on coronavirus antibody tests in New York City shows that Park Slope, like many affluent communities throughout the city, has so far been among the least hard-hit by the virus.

Only 13.2 percent of the roughly 16,400 people who got tested for coronavirus antibodies in Park Slope’s 11215 ZIP code since the start of the pandemic tested positive, the lowest antibody test rate in the borough and one of the lowest in the city, according to data released by the Department of Health on Tuesday.

Only 13.2 percent of people tested for antibodies in the 11215 ZIP code showed signs they were previously infected with the new coronavirus.

NEW YORK, NY – MAY 02: Pedestrians, wearing protective face masks walk through Park Slope during the coronavirus pandemic on May 02, 2020 in the Brooklyn […]

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