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Why seniors are at greater risk for COVID-19
It has been more than a year since the world learned about the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Since December 2019, there have been tens of millions of reported cases and nearly two million deaths worldwide attributed to COVID-19, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering.
Experts are still unclear how prevalent the virus really is because a large number of cases are not reported due to mild or asymptomatic infections. But there's no denying COVID-19 can be very risky for one large segment of the population.
====COVID Education Spotlight: Jan.22, 2021=====
The long-term effects of COVID-19
As the end of winter draws near, much of the world is marking its one-year anniversary living under COVID-19-related restrictions. That's certainly not a milestone worthy of celebration, and many people across the globe would insist it's felt like much more than a year since their lives were first affected by COVID-19.
By the time the calendar finally turned from 2020 to 2021, tens of millions of people across the globe had been infected with COVID-19. According to Worldometer, which manually analyzes, validates and aggregates data from thousands of sources in real time, by early January 2021 there were more than 87 million documented cases of COVID-19 and nearly two million virus-related deaths across the globe. Nearly 62 million COVID-19 patients recovered from the virus by early 2021, but many of those people may suffer from long-term health effects.