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Young people in Delhi most affected by current Covid spike: AIIMS' Guleria

Doctor says people should remain vigilant, as the infection can "spread to the elderly" and trigger "serious symptoms"

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Randeep Guleria, AIIMS director
Dr Randeep Guleria, AIIMS director

A fresh wave of cases in has "mainly affected" the young with most of the patients reporting “relatively milder symptoms”, director Dr Randeep Guleria told Indian Express.

People should remain vigilant, as the infection can “spread to the elderly” and trigger “serious symptoms”. If so happens then the healthcare resources would come under strain yet again, he said..

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First Published: Wed, March 31 2021. 11:29 IST

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