Are you 35 years or under? Did you know that people under the age of 35 are contracting coronavirus at a scary-fast rate? Well, now you do -- read on.
Dr. William Schaffner, is a doctor that works at the Vanderbilt University as an Infectious Disease professor, recently said: "The spectrum of symptoms continues to expand and so younger people often do come in now somewhat to our surprise without fever, and this abdominal pain seems to affect them a little bit more".
Thanks to statistics from multiple states across the US, the country has seen a large uptick in COVID-19 cases that are coming from people in their 20s and 30s. Doctors are now seeing a different range of symptoms in younger patients.
Dr. Schaffner added: "Around the country, we're seeing more young people come to medical care and often having to be admitted to the hospital. We recognized this virus can do a variety of damage to you, from no symptoms, mild symptoms, a larger collection of symptoms ... obviously it can make you very sick and (you) come into the hospital and (it disrupts) the way many of your organs function".
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