When it comes to age, young adults are now more at risk for contracting COVID-19, compared to adolescents and young children.
The study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed data from March 1 to December 12, 2020, and discovered that more than 2,871,828 infected patients were 24 years old and younger.
The same study has proven that more than 57.4 percent of cases were found among youngsters between 18 and 24, but the number decreased drastically for young children and teenagers.
Additionally, the study’s findings also suggested that “young adults might contribute more to community transmission than do younger children.”
Next, what about the children?…..