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30.09.2020 09:06
Dr. Fauci Calls Out Fox News For Misleading Antworten

The discussion surrounding children and the coronavirus has been ever-evolving since the start of the pandemic. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), fewer coronavirus cases have been reported in those 17 years old and younger than in those over that age. However, just as the number of infections in adults has risen since March, the number has also risen in children—albeit on a smaller scale. And it turns out some children may be more susceptible than others. According to a new report from the CDC, a child between the ages of 12 to 17 is more likely to get COVID than younger children.

Since March, a little more than 277, 000 confirmed coronavirus cases have been reported in school-aged children (5 to 17 years old). And when the CDC collected data from May to September, they found that the number of children ages 12 to 17 infected with the coronavirus on an average weekly basis was twice that of children ages 5 to 11, according to the report released on Sept. 28. his data "suggests that young persons might be playing an increasingly important role in community transmission, " the CDC researchers wrote their study. The CDC also previously suggested that children may play a larger part in the spread of coronavirus than previously thought when they released an August report based on a superspreader event that took place among children at sleepaway camp in Georgia this July.

And although other previous research has suggested that children are unlikely to get infected with the coronavirus, the new CDC report shows that the age of a child may matter. This is backed up by a recent JAMA Pediatrics study from Sept. 25, in which researchers reviewed multiple studies worldwide and concluded that younger children are about half as likely as adults to become infected with the virus. But they found that children older than 14 may be just as likely as adults to contract COVID—which means not all children are as safe as previously thought.






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