The adjective susceptible means something or someone that is easily influenced or harmed by something.
Synonyms are affected, easy, impressionable, or inclined.
The word origins from Late Latin (1600) susceptibilis meaning “capable, sustainable, susceptible”, from Latin suscept-, past participle stem of suscipere meaning “to take, catch, take up, lift up, receive, admit, submit to, sustain, support, bear, acknowledge, accept”. It comes from sub meaning “up from under” plus capere meaning “to take”, from PIE root *kap- meaning “to grasp”.
Adults are much more susceptible than childrens when it comes to the Coronavirus.
The different facts seem to be susceptible to another interpretation.
It is not susceptible to accurate judging if they perform well.