Are Young People Responsible for Increasing Coronavirus Cases?

In Florida, young people ages 15 to 34 now make up 31% of all cases, up from 25% in early June. The demographic shift not only puts them at great risk but poses an even bigger danger to older people who cross their paths.

Today, Florida reported its highest-ever increase of Covid-19 cases, 15,300, or a 6% rise compared to a 4.8% average over the last week. Reported deaths dropped to 44, from 95 the day before.

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