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Now that Seniors are vaccinated will Covid be more prevalent in Youth?

This is a question to be given some thought. Initially the COVID vaccine is available to first responder’s and people in the healthcare fields and then it goes by age ranging from highest to lowest. It is also available for those who are considered high risk. But where does that leave the rest of the population? Covid knows know age limit and has been pretty indiscriminate about who it affects. Although the prior categories are more susceptible, there is concern that those left unvaccinated will continue to carry or obtain the virus, thus not completely ending the pandemic. While vaccinating who we are able to brings hope and promise to a possible end to the pandemic, there is still concern about how long the pandemic will endure until vaccinations are available to everyone. Some pose arguments that the young should be vaccinated first, vaccinate the young to protect the old. They reference past flu viruses and how they were handled as a valid point. Some say healthy young people might not be able to get the coronavirus vaccine until 2022. Other’s stick to the original theories of vaccinating the most susceptible and working our way down to the youth. They argue we must take care of the immediate danger and then begin the prevention cycle.

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