Dr. Michael Saag: ‘I Don’t Think the Virus Cares Who You Are or Even Necessarily How Old You Are’

‘If you give it a chance to infect, it’s going to do just that’

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SAAG: "Well, Jake, I think it proves exactly what we’ve been thinking about and leaning towards for a while now. And that is I don’t think the virus cares who you are or even necessarily how old you are. If you give it a chance to infect, it’s going to do just that. And when you put people together, especially in closed spaces like in the case of a camp, a cabin, or in the case of a classroom in a school, we’re going to see transmission.” 

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