Jack Allard, right, was a two-time All-America selection for the Bates College men’s lacrosse team before he graduated in 2016. Allard, 25, is reportedly in stable but critical condition at the Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania with COVID-19. Credit: Josh Kuckens/Bates College. Jack Allard was the picture of health.The 25-year-old former All-American lacrosse player was working at the Bank of America in Manhattan when he fell ill.Days later, doctors placed Allard in a medically induced coma and on a ventilator where he remains while reportedly awaiting an experimental treatment at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia to help him battle COVID-19.”Jack is one of the most tenacious and gracious and humble people I’ve ever coached,” said Peter Lasagna, the Bates College men’s lacrosse coach.”He is a loved young man whom everyone is rooting for,” Lasagna told Fox News on Friday.Allard’s case is not an anomaly.While most of the critical COVID-19 patients are elderly or have underlying medical conditions, young otherwise healthy people are also becoming severely ill – and in some cases dying – from a virus that is strangely selective and not fully understood by scientists.Across the U.S., about 38 percent of patients requiring hospitalization due

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