Given we have a small proportion of deaths in the under-40s (<10% of total) and in under 20s practically zero deaths or serious cases I started to think about the "not susceptible" as distinct from the immune. If 40% of the population are barely touched by the disease do we only need 20% with acquired immunity to get us over the 60% line of non-susceptible people ?

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