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Coronavirus Killing Young People, Unprecedented Rates In Developing Countries

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Coronavirus Killing Young People, Unprecedented Rates In Developing Countries

Coronavirus Killing Young People, Unprecedented Rates In Developing Countries

Jose Antonio de Moraes/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Younger people in developing countries have been dying at unprecedented rates from the novel coronavirus, according to The Washington Post.

The Post reported that people under 50 made up 5% of deaths, and nearly half of the dead in India were younger than 60.

The new analysis comes as Latin America and India emerge as hotspots in the coronavirus pandemic.

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