Millennials say it’s Gen Z, not them, who have been partying and ignoring coronavirus warnings.

“Millennials are not partying,” tweeted one millennial. “We and our anxiety issues are holed up … It’s Gen Z you want.”

Young people have been called out for not social distancing, but it’s Gen Z who keep crowding beaches for spring break.

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Millennials are sick of getting called out for not staying inside during the coronavirus pandemic.

Everyone from celebrities like Hilary Duff to federal and local government officials have urged millennials to stay home. In a White House press conference on Monday, Deborah Birx, leader of President Trump’s virus response group, said millennials “are the core group that will stop this virus.”

Spring breakers have been crowding beaches

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