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Two-Thirds Of US Population At High Risk Of Severe Complications From COVID-19

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Two-Thirds Of US Population At High Risk Of Severe Complications From COVID-19

Two-Thirds Of US Population At High Risk Of Severe Complications From COVID-19

The United States of America is clearly struggling to end the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

Raging political battles over locking down versus opening up, and whether to wear masks, have led to a patchwork of policies and rolling hot spots.

What's more, a vast majority of Americans are exceptionally vulnerable to suffering severe complications or even death from the virus.

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