Younger Adults Are Big Portion of US Coronavirus Hospitalizations

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Younger Adults Are Big Portion of US Coronavirus Hospitalizations

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  • Jennifer Day says:

    Y’all changed your tune on that real quick.

    • MSotelo503 says:

      Eh, Just common sense stuff that people lack. Wash your hands, cover your mouth when sneezing or coughing. Rest, hydrate, and take medicine if your sick which Oz been preaching.

  • TheComicalCanadian says:

    nice video keep up the great content

  • o ** says:

    A flu vaccine, plus antibiotics throughout different seasoms, some patients my be over vaccinated. What vitamins do we need in these times?

  • HigherThanYourLLama Black says:

    I genuinely worry about the USA cause of the high obesity rate, diabetes and all sorts of other priblems they have cause of bad diet.

  • Allen Ellsworth says:

    20 to 54 that’s quite an age range how could that age range even be accurate? Are we assuming there isn’t a difference between a 20 year old and a 54 year old?

    • Stay blessed says:

      Allen Ellsworth right

    • Rosa Rosario says:

      Many people smoke and vape in this age group. Smokers are at High risk for CoronaVirus infection and pneumonia Many individuals have no secondary medical issues but many do that complicate and suppress their immune system. Diabetes, Obesity, High Blood Pressure, Heart Problems. Cancer, Lupus, Kidney Issues, Liver Issues, COPD, Asthma, Irritable Bowel Disease, etc.

  • warmccl says:

    Okay you put Coronavirus not COVID-19, the cold and flu are coronaviruses. Are you trying to add anyone to the covid-19 statistics to make it look worse than it is?

  • KT G says:

    SEE ARTICLE BELOW: A healthy, in-shape 39 y/o woman in New Orleans passed away from it. By no means am I saying run around in panic, yet America TRULY needs to take this serious! If it doesn’t affect you or someone you know health…it will affect jobs.

    • Graeme Bauer says:

      “The Orleans Parish Coroner’s Office has not released a cause of death and state health officials have not confirmed it as a case of coronavirus,”

      So far it’s just speculation.

    • KT G says:

      @Graeme Bauer
      Well even if we need to wait on that particular situation I saw today where a man in the NYC who didn’t have a health ailment definitely died from it. I can’t remember his exact age, but I think it was under 35y/o. Then you have the guy in NJ who didn’t have a health ailment but caught it really bad, was in intensive care. He’s finally tested negative and leaving the hospital, but he needs oxygen tank. I believe he is in his early 30s.

  • sharichristou says:

    Not buying it! Nope

  • Freebee Williams says:

    I ❤️ Dr. Oz and his family!

  • FitChickGlows says:

    I was getting very annoyed and tired with everyone on the news propagating this false info that only the elderly and at risk and immune compromised are most likely at risk for hospitalizations. They may be more likely to pass away which is incredibly sad but younger people are just as likely to end up in hospital. I’m so glad this has finally been acknowledged! We ALL need to work together to keep ourselves from getting it and spreading it, please.

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