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‘If you get it, you get it:’ Resistance, refusal in the time of coronavirus

Scott LaJoie, an associate professor of health promotion and behavioral sciences at UofL who studies health-related decision-making, said he has seen the young and the old downplay the importance of staying isolated. Those who are younger believe they’re invulnerable to the illness, he said. For those who are older, like Peak, it’s the opposite — they’re unconcerned with catching it and the possible results.”      



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