President Trump did his best Sunday to reduce concern about the spread of the coronavirus in the United States. As he did during the first White House news briefing on the subject last month, he assured the country that younger Americans aren’t likely to die if they contract the virus.“I think, very important, the young people and people of good health, and groups of people, just are not strongly affected,” Trump said. “Elderly people that are not well, or not well in certain respects, are, really, a very dangerous group. We have to watch them. We have to protect them very much.” It’s true that the overall threat to younger Americans is lower. But it doesn’t follow that younger people can therefore ignore measures aimed at reducing the number of infections across the country.There are two good reasons, captured in an effective poster created by the Baltimore Department of Health.Let me be absolutely clear, Baltimore: this is not a time to panic. We know that we must continue to do everything we can to limit the spread of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus. pic.twitter.com/w4XkYfXU0g— Brandon M. Scott (@CouncilPresBMS) March 16, 2020 Some younger people may be at risk, even


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