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WHO: Young people 'not invincible' against coronavirus

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WHO: Young people 'not invincible' against coronavirus

WHO: Young people 'not invincible' against coronavirus

The World Health Organisation has sent a message to young people that they are "not invincible" against the new coronavirus.

Director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said figures from all over the world show a "significant proportion" of under-50s needing hospital treatment.

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