New data from across the globe shows young people who are tested for COVID-19 have a higher rate of positive results and could be spreading the virus among each other — and to older or more vulnerable people. Glenn Fennelly (NJMS) explains that because children, adolescents and young adults tend to feel better when infected with COVID-19, they may be more likely to continue interacting with others rather than isolating at home. To read the full story.
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