Youth “Biggest Problem” in COVID-19 Transmission, Says Argentine President

Young people "have to understand that they are vectors of transmission," despite the fact that they "are not the ones who suffer the most from the disease when it comes to getting sick," said Fernandez.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez on Monday called for greater social responsibility, especially among the country's youth, in combating a rise in cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

In a statement, the president said he wanted to warn Argentines about the severity of the outbreak, especially "the youngest, because all the data indicates that is where we have the biggest problem."

Young people "have to understand that they are vectors of transmission," despite the fact that they "are not the ones who suffer the most from the disease when it comes to getting . . .

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