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U.S. Children With COVID-19 Less Likely To Be Hospitalized Than Adults

A study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that between 5.7% and 20% of children with COVID-19 end up in the hospital, with 2% or fewer needing intensive care.
Ambulances are parked outside of Wyckoff Hospital in the Brooklyn, N.Y., on April 4. A study published by the CDC finds that people in the United States under the age of 18 are far less likely to fall ill with COVID-19 or require intensive care, compared with older Americans. Source: Bryan R. Smith

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more reassuring news about coronavirus infections among children.

A finds that people in the United States under the age of 18 are far less likely to fall ill with COVID-19 or require intensive care,

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