By now you may have seen the video of college students on Spring Break, cramming together on Florida’s beaches while drinking and partying under the mantra “If I get corona, I get corona.” Aside from this attitude having potentially disastrous consequences for personal and public health—with younger Americans making up an increasingly large percentage of all COVID-19 hospitalizations—it can also result in Title IX complaints or even violations of criminal law. If you believe you have COVID-19, are experiencing symptoms (such as fever, cough or body aches) or think you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, our message is simple: Don’t kiss with COVID!
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