Across the American South, officials are raising alarm about an increased number of younger people testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
In Mississippi, officials attributed clusters of new cases to fraternity rush parties.
In North Carolina, a rise in cases is primarily among the younger population aged 25-49, said Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday.
In Texas, the governor said last week people under 30 made up a majority of new coronavirus cases in several counties. He said that increase in young infected people could be related to Memorial Day parties, visits to bars or other gatherings.
And in Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Saturday cases are "shifting in a radical direction" toward populations in their 20s and 30s.
Those younger groups, he said, are mostly asymptomatic and don't require clinical attention.