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09-22-2020 04:06 PM
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Obviously the effects of COVID19 has less physical impact on college age adults. The problem is they are still COVID19 spreaders. I would like to see COVID19 data on those these college students have been in contact with off campus; the more vulnerable population. Also, although the health impact on college age people might be less prevalent now. I wonder what internal COVID19 damage might rear its ugly head on these infected students once they get to be middle aged and elderly down the road.
09-22-2020 04:50 PM
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