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Urgent warning to young Australians as cases of coronavirus in people under 40

‘Get the message guys’: Urgent warning for youths who are ignoring the limitations of the coronavirus with a wave of infections among young people under 40

  • NSW’s health minister warned young Australians that they are not immune to COVID-19
  • 42 percent of all cases within the state are from people under 40 years old
  • On Friday, a seven-week-old baby tested positive and a 42-year-old man died
  • Read more about how you can help people affected by COVID

Young Australians who ignore the limitations of the coronavirus have been warned that they are not invincible to the virus following cases that have increased among young people under the age of 40.

On Friday, a seven-week-old baby tested positive for the virus in New South Wales and a 42-year-old man from the Philippines died in a Perth hospital.

NSW health minister Brad Hazzard revealed that 42 percent of all cases within the state are now under 40, while the majority of young people aged 20 to 29 are the majority.

Young Australians have been warned that they are not invincible to coronavirus as cases rise below the age of 40 (photo: girl in the eastern suburbs of Sydney)

Young Australians have been warned that they are not invincible to coronavirus as cases rise below the age of 40 (photo: girl in the eastern suburbs of Sydney)

NSW health minister Brad Hazzard revealed that 42 percent of all cases within the state are now under 40, with the majority aged 20 to 29 being the majority (pictured: Bondi Beach crowds)

NSW health minister Brad Hazzard revealed that 42 percent of all cases within the state are now under 40, with the majority aged 20 to 29 being the majority (pictured: Bondi Beach crowds)

NSW health minister Brad Hazzard revealed that 42 percent of all cases within the state are now under 40, with the majority aged 20 to 29 being the majority (pictured: Bondi Beach crowds)

“For those of you who think you can’t get COVID-19 because you’re younger, and the answer is you absolutely can,” he said.

“You should get the message, guys, that now is not the time to party.

“Social distance is what protects us.”

Australians have been urged to stay indoors and leave the house only for essential reasons such as exercise, food and medical appointments.

But a series of young people have been caught ignoring the rules.

There were a few earlier this month fined $ 2,000 for breaking coronavirus laws after police caught them in their cars on a quiet suburban street.

The NSW police are asking people to move who were sitting on a hill in Bondi on Easter

The NSW police are asking people to move who were sitting on a hill in Bondi on Easter

The NSW police are asking people to move who were sitting on a hill in Bondi on Easter

Another group of young people are told to go elsewhere on Saturday in the eastern suburbs of Sydney

Another group of young people are told to go elsewhere on Saturday in the eastern suburbs of Sydney

Another group of young people are told to go elsewhere on Saturday in the eastern suburbs of Sydney

The 32-year-old woman and 27-year-old man were parked on a wide, grassy street in the NSW Hunter Region.

Another group of young people were fined more than $ 6,000 after they were caught at a rowdy party at a hotel.

The staff of the aparthotel Rhythm on Beach in Maroochydore, on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, reported the meeting to the police on Tuesday evening.

The five partygoers were visited by the police, who each fined $ 1,334.50 for breaking the social distance rules.

The death toll in Australia from the deadly disease rose to 69 on Saturday.

A resident of Anglicare’s Newmarch House in Caddens, West Sydney, died ‘peacefully’ on Saturday morning.

Mr. Hazzard confirmed on Saturday that an 83-year-old man from Queensland and a 58-year-old woman have died.

He said he only diagnosed 10 new cases of the virus in the state in the state from midnight to 8pm on Friday, despite an increase in testing.

After 26 cases were registered the day before, the total number of cases in the state increases to 2,936.

Australians were urged to stay indoors and leave the house on their own for essential reasons such as exercise, food and medical appointments (pictured: two people reading while sitting on Bondi beach on Saturday)

Australians were urged to stay indoors and leave the house on their own for essential reasons such as exercise, food, and medical appointments (pictured: two people reading while sitting on Bondi beach on Saturday)

Australians were urged to stay indoors and leave the house on their own for essential reasons such as exercise, food and medical appointments (pictured: two people reading while sitting on Bondi beach on Saturday)

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