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Young People Now 'High Risk' Group for Catching COVID

People stroll on the boardwalk in Ocean City, Md., during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. (Photo by Alex Edelman /AFP via Getty Images)

By    |   Friday, 29 May 2020 11:36 AM

People under 40, once thought to be virtually bulletproof against COVID-19, are increasingly likely to be infected with the deadly virus according to a new study.

University of Washington epidemiologist Judith Malmgren conducted the research, and found half of all new COVID-19 cases in Washington state are occurring in people under age 40.

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Young people, once thought to be virtually bulletproof against COVID-19, are increasingly likely to be infected with the deadly virus according to a new study.
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