The World Health Organization on Thursday cautioned that spikes in coronavirus transmission in various nations were being driven by youngsters "letting down their watchman".
"Youngsters are not powerful," WHO boss Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told virtual newsgathering in Geneva.
While the pandemic, which has murdered more than 17 million individuals around the world, has lopsidedly affected the older and individuals with previous conditions, he focused on that "more youthful individuals are in danger as well".
He bemoaned that a significant test in attempting to get control over the novel coronavirus was "persuading more youthful individuals of this hazard".
He said there was proof that "spikes of cases in certain nations are being driven partially by more youthful individuals letting down their gatekeeper during the northern half of the globe summer."
WHO 's the specialized lead for COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove mourned specifically that dance club in various spots had become "intensifiers" of transmission.
Tedros demanded that "youngsters must avoid potential risk to ensure themselves and secure others as every other person".
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