From physical symptoms to mental exhaustion, the pandemic has affected everyone in one way or the other. But when it comes to people aged 60 and above, COVID-19 has ignited a different level of scare.
Reports of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (95) testing COVID positive just days after her eldest Prince Charles tested positive has worried many in the United Kingdom. While the Buckingham Palace has said that the monarch is experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms, the fact that SARs-COV-2 virus affects elderlies and those with pre-existing medical conditions more severely has raised a lot of alarms.
Having said that, let us understand how COVID-19 in people over 60 is different.