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Might be an errant conclusion about the stay at homes

Posted on: May 18, 2020 at 08:00:59 CT
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Doubt it's length of exposure. Generally, aren't those staying home just the older, sicker, more vulnerable part of the population? The ones out there working would be expected to be the youngest, healthiest, with the stronger immune systems.
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               Might be an errant conclusion about the stay at homes - samclemens MU - 5/18 08:00:59
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