As the song says, “It’s not over yet.” In fact, the World Health Organization warned on Monday that “the worst is yet to come,” referring to the coronavirus pandemic.

Six months after the appearance of the new corona virus, the number of deaths has exceeded 500,000 and the number of confirmed infections has exceeded 10 million. Several states set records here in the United States this week, including where I live here in California, as well as Florida and Texas. Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, described the coming weeks as a “control criticism” of the spread during a June 23 hearing before the Energy and Trade Committee from the room.

Baby boomers need to be careful. While information about COVID-19 is constantly evolving, one thing has not changed. Seniors are at high risk of serious illness and death from coronavirus. Note: According to the CDC, eight in ten COVID-19-related deaths in the United States have occurred in adults aged 65 and older.

With that in mind, you should consider some of the latest CDC updates for seniors:

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