Cuomo: “No one is immune” from coronavirus Once again, young people are being reminded that in the face of coronavirus, they are not invincible. New data from NYC Health shows that people aged 18 to 44 account for over 40% of the city’s confirmed coronavirus cases. While this age group makes up a smaller share of hospitalizations and deaths, the figure is a reminder that no one is immune to the virus — and getting it could be devastating.  In New York City to date, people between 18 and 44 are getting COVID-19 at a rate of 514.8 cases per 100,000 people.The next three age groups had higher rates of coronavirus cases:714.43 cases per 100,000 people ages 45 to 64717.33 cases per 100,000 people ages 65 to 75706.8 cases per 100,000 people over 75Children age 17 and under accounted for relatively few cases — just 43.84 per 100,000.  As of Wednesday morning, NYC Health reported 44,915 COVID-19 cases had been confirmed in the city.While many young people are getting the coronavirus, older groups make up most of the city’s hospitalizations and deaths, the NYC Health data shows. About 9% of the patients in the 18-44 age group had to be

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