Dr. Fauci pleas to young Americans for taking pandemic seriously
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18 July, 2020
In an interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, White House coronavirus advisor Dr Anthony Fauci called on the US youth to treat Covid-19 more seriously as their inactions could ‘propagate’ the pandemic, reports CNBC.
“You have to have responsibility for yourself but also a societal responsibility that you’re getting infected is not just you in a vacuum. You’re propagating the pandemic,” Fauci said Thursday.
The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases noted the average age of a new Covid-19 patient has dropped by 15 years in recent times.
He warned that young people who are asymptomatic, who never develop symptoms, can also pass the virus on to others hence they should be cautious when outdoors.
In June, Fauci said he’s never seen a single virus have such a wide range of symptoms.
Some people have no symptoms while “some get mild symptoms and some get symptoms enough to put them at home for a few days. Some are in bed for weeks and have symptoms even after they recover, others go to the hospital, some require oxygen, some require intensive care, some get intubated and some die,” he said.
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