COVID19 and the young people
At the onset of the covid crisis19 , information indicated that the target population for the virus was over 60 years of age and that young people were only marginally affected by the virus.
Since then, medical studies have shown that young and very young people are also potential targets of the coronavirus, whether they are French, German, English, Spanish, American, Canadian or other. Young people are also affected, there are no borders, but this initial idea of "immunizing" young people with the virus has remained alive for those under 30 years of age.
As soon as the lockdown was lifted, parties blossomed all over the world, from Miami to Los Angeles, Paris and Nice. In short, everywhere from London to Barcelona.
There are even parties with morbid ideas in the USA called "Covid Parties", parties where infected people hang out with uninfected people. The aim is to circulate the virus and eventually achieve a possible group immunity. "The principle is to see if the virus is real and if anyone gets infected," explained Dr. Jane Appleby of Houston's Methodist Hospital, quoted by News 4 San Antonio. According to her, before he died, the patient told the nurse at his bedside: "I think I made a mistake. I thought this virus was a scam, but I didn't."
The message is very clear, this virus is deadly and it attacks all human beings, whatever their age or physical condition, it is essential to respect the health rules in force in the countries concerned.
To live, yes.
To enjoy, yes.
Live passionately, yes.
Live dangerously, NO!
Young people who put themselves in danger also endanger their parents, families and loved ones.