South Florida teens and young adults account for more new COVID-19 infections than any other age group

“If we want to stop this from spreading into the rest of the community, we have got to keep an eye on where these people are going and what they’re doing,” she said, not speaking specifically about FAU. “I can’t just say, ‘Let them catch it. Let your daughter get sick. It’s not a big deal.’ It is a big deal.”