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Countries with high rates of vaccination, such as Israel, the United States and the United Kingdom, are experiencing an ever-increasing proportion of new infections in younger, unvaccinated age groups (although the overall risk of severe disease in children remains low). Nature senior reporter Smriti Mallapaty tells Coronapod about the possibility that subsequent waves of community spread could be driven by young people, especially in the presence of new, more transmissible variants.

Nature Coronapod Podcast | 10 min listen
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