Coronavirus: Releasing 20 to 30-year-olds who no longer live with their parents could be the best route out of lockdown and avoid an ‘extraordinary recession’, experts suggest — but at the cost of around 630 extra deaths

Releasing 20 to 30-year-olds who no longer live with their parents could be the best route out of lockdown and avoid an ‘extraordinary recession’, experts suggest — but at the cost of around 630 extra deaths [LINK].

Releasing 20–30 year-olds who no longer live with their parents could be the best route out of lockdown and avoid an ‘extraordinary recession’, experts suggested.

This section of the population — unlike the older generations — is statistically less likely to die from coronavirus, or develop severe symptoms.

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