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Margaret Stager, MD
Twenty somethings are MAJOR vectors for the virus. Current US protocols won't get them tested but S Korea data shows they are spreading the virus everywhere. It's time for the healthy young adults to stay home and stop spreading the virus.
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JustAnotherTwit Mar 14
Replying to @DrStager @jwgop
Aren't there a lot more young people in south Korea? Yes, yes there are.
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Aimee & Steve Farnum Mar 14
Yes, and was this age group more likely to elect to get tested?
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Sankara Mar 14
Replying to @DrStager
Genuine question: what do you think of the UK's plan to build "herd immunity"? If all the 20s and 30s people get it and become immune, would/could it arrest the spread?
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Margaret Stager, MD Mar 15
Replying to @sankara
No known information on antibody production in infected individuals. Can't speculate on this until there is a large scale study involving antibody titers.
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Sable Barrow Mar 16
Replying to @DrStager
Could you provide source of this chart, please? Thanks!
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Margaret Stager, MD Mar 16
Replying to @SableB_MPH
March 13th
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Christian DiPaola Mar 16
Replying to @DrStager
Can you list the reference for this graphic? I am writing a small paper that will try to influence the protocols for testing and it would be nice to have this reference. Thank you-Christian
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Margaret Stager, MD Mar 16
Replying to @cdipaola62
march 13th
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Kevin Mar 14
Replying to @DrStager @jwgop
They're not calling it Boomer Removal for nothing.
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