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Volume 26, Number 9—September 2020
Research Letter

Antibody Responses after Classroom Exposure to Teacher with Coronavirus Disease, March 2020

Nicole E. Brown1Comments to Author , Jonathan Bryant-Genevier1, Uptala Bandy, Carol A. Browning, Abby L. Berns, Mary Dott, Michael Gosciminski, Sandra N. Lester, Ruth Link-Gelles, Daniela N. Quilliam, James Sejvar, Natalie J. Thornburg, Bernard J. Wolff, and John Watson
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (N.E. Brown, J. Bryant-Genevier, M. Dott, S.N. Lester, R. Link-Gelles, J. Sejvar, N.J. Thornburg, B.J. Wolff, J. Watson); Rhode Island Department of Health, Providence, Rhode Island, USA (U. Bandy, C.A. Browning, A.L. Berns, M. Gosciminski, D.N. Quilliam); US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, Rockville, Maryland, USA (M. Dott, R. Link-Gelles, J. Sejvar)

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Antibody responses, classroom time, and symptoms experienced among students who had had interactive classroom contact with a teacher with confirmed coronavirus disease, March 2020

Student ELISA result reciprocal titer ELISA result interpretation Minutes spent in interactive classroom Symptoms (duration, d)
A 400 Positive 135 Myalgia (1), rhinorrhea (1), cough (3)
B 100 Indeterminate 90 None
C <100 Negative 135 None
D <100 Negative 90 Subjective fever (1). headache (1)
E <100 Negative 90 Rhinorrhea (1)

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1These first authors contributed equally to this article.

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