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Age persons

Press note > COVID-19
In almost every country battling with the COVID-19 outbreak, people over the age of 65 are being told to self-quarantine and shut themselves off from other people who might risk infecting them.
Sadly, this means grandparents will not be seeing their children and grandchildren for potentially several months and risk being left emotionally as well as physically alone.
In older people, the production of white cells in the bone marrow slows down, and the rate of maturation is also much less robust than that of younger people, leaving them with fewer types of certain white blood cells needed to fight off an infection.
We all have a duty to protect our older community. Young people may develop milder symptoms, but they are important vectors in transmission and carelessness by them may result in the death of those who are older than us.
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