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As reported cases of the coronavirus continue to surge in Georgia, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis shows adults under 30 make up the fastest growing group of new infections.
The spike in cases overall and among people aged 18 to 29 in Georgia mirrors other Southern states, including in Florida, which have also begun reopening their economies. Adults under 30 now make up Georgia’s largest cohort of cases.
People 18 to 29 made up about 29% of the new cases so far in June, up from 21% in May and 13% in April, the AJC analysis shows. New cases among older adults have declined, public health experts said, reflecting stepped up efforts to protect vulnerable populations.
Cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, tend to be milder for young adults than for the elderly, but the disease isn’t without risk. Of the 13,496 adults under 30 who had tested positive through Tuesday, 542 or about 4% have been hospitalized and 11 have died, according to state data.
The virus is highly contagious and people in their teens and 20s can easily spread it to more vulnerable people.
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“We do see severe cases of COVID-19 in young people, particularly with people with co-morbidities,” said Dr. Jesse Couk, assistant medical director of infection control at Piedmont Hospital and medical director of infection control at The Shepherd Center in Buckhead. “And as the spread continues and cases continue to rise, and they will if we don’t do anything differently, we will see it work its way into more vulnerable populations.”