Mortality expected: Coronavirus reaches American youth

The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic dangerously covers the younger generation of US citizens, which will entail a number of alarming consequences.

The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic dangerously covers the younger generation of US citizens, which will entail a number of alarming consequences. On Saturday, June 27, according to Reuters. According to media reports, in states that previously lifted restrictive measures, allowing the opening of bars and nightclubs, they showed a sharp surge in economic activity, the figures of which reached the level of 2019. Such trends have been observed in Texas, Florida, and South Carolina. However, the economic boom provoked new outbreaks of COVID-19, which, the agency emphasizes, “are changing the nature of the pandemic and will become a test of the strength of any broader economic recovery.” The fact is that coronavirus infection is now increasingly being detected in young people, which undermines plans to restart the economy. Initially, it was assumed that such trends would at least reduce mortality, because young people are known to tolerate COVID-19 more easily than older ones. However, health experts believe that sooner or later the disease will reach people at risk anyway. Amesh Adal, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Health Safety Center, assures us that this is an “inevitable confusion.” “You are likely to see an increase in mortality,” says the expert.

On Saturday, June 27, according to Reuters.

According to media reports, in states that previously lifted restrictive measures, allowing the opening of bars and nightclubs, they showed a sharp surge in economic activity, the figures of which reached the level of 2019. Such trends have been observed in Texas, Florida, and South Carolina. However, the economic boom provoked new outbreaks of COVID-19, which, the agency emphasizes, “are changing the nature of the pandemic and will become a test of the strength of any broader economic recovery.”

The fact is that coronavirus infection is now increasingly being detected in young people, which undermines plans to restart the economy. Initially, it was assumed that such trends would at least reduce mortality, because young people are known to tolerate COVID-19 more easily than older ones.

However, health experts believe that sooner or later the disease will reach people at risk anyway.

Amesh Adal, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University Health Safety Center, assures us that this is an “inevitable confusion.” “You are likely to see an increase in mortality,” says the expert.

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