The Youth Held a “Coronavirus Party’ Despite The Ban in The US!
At least one of the teens who organized a party to oppose social distance rules introduced under coronavirus measures in the U.S. State of Kentucky has been caught Covid-19.
Governor Andy Beshear said that despite the ban on rallying, for the party organized by young people, “they thought they were invincible. They deliberately ignored the rules of social distance. That’s what drives me crazy,” he said.
Beshear gave no further details about the person and party whose tests came back positive.
Data from China suggest the disease may be more severe and fatal, especially for those over 60 and those with other health problems.
Warning to the millennium generation
However, experts all over the world point out that people who caught the virus but do not have symptoms can pass it on to others, stressing that people of the millennium generation and younger age should follow the rules of social distance.
Moreover, modeling with data from China suggests that the disease may have been caused by carriers who showed no signs of spreading rapidly at first.
The number of young people caught the virus in the United States is more than in China.
20 percent of patients are between 20-44 years old
According to a report released last week by the Centers for Disease protection and Prevention, about 20 percent of coronavirus patients treated in hospitals in the U.S. are those between the ages of 20 and 44.
According to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, 53 percent of cases in the state were seen in people between the ages of 18 and 49.
The majority of those being treated in hospitals in the state of California are people under the age of 44. The state announced Tuesday that one person, who was said to be younger than 18, had died.
12-year-old girl fighting for her life
A 12-year-old girl suffering from coronavirus who was also on a ventilator in Georgia has been declared to be fighting for her life.
The White House’s coronavirus-fighting coordinator, Dr. Deborah Birx said there were “young patients in severe, very severe condition in intensive care units” in France and Italy.