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'You are not invincible' - the WHO’s message to young people on coronavirus

More than 210,000 cases have been reported worldwide with a death toll of 9,000. Image: Christopher Black/WHO via REUTERS

Stephanie Nebehay

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Nearly 1,200 reported confirmed cases in the U.S. have been among people older than 65. Image: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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