Some people have been having parties at which a person who believes they have the virus and several others meet up in order to test whether the virus is real or not.
According to Chief Medical Officer at Methodist Healthcare in San Antonio, Dr Jane Appleby, people throw "Covid parties" to figure out if the virus is real.
Appleby, chief medical officer of the city's Methodist Hospital, said she made the case public to make younger people aware that they are not immune. He thought the disease was a hoax.
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"The thought is people get together to see if the virus is real and if anyone gets infected", Appleby said.
After attending such a party, the man became critically ill.
"It doesn't discriminate and none of us are invincible", Appleby said.
Appleby said she decided to make this case public to urge Bexar County natives to take the pandemic seriously - particularly young people, many of whom still seem to believe they can not be seriously affected by the virus.
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Appleby says some young patients don't know how sick they are.
San Antonio recorded 923 new infections on Friday.
The creators of the report encouraged healing centers to test all COVID-19 patients for glucose levels, as restricted to as it were those known to have diabetes.
'My plea to our community and especially all of our young folks in the community is to take it seriously.
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The US now has more than 134,000 coronavirus-related deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University data.