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COVID-19: New analysis of 135,000 cases details how disease hits children – The Cincinnati Enquirer

Black, Asian and Hispanic children tested, treated for COVID-19 are faring significantly worse than other children in the pandemic, new study shows.

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Black, Asian and Hispanic children tested and treated for COVID-19 are faring significantly worse than other children during the pandemic, according to a new and comprehensive analysis made by an organization representing seven of the nations largest pediatric medical centers. The disease also hits poor children and those with diabetes and cancer hardest, the analysis shows.
In addition, the analysis underscores how children are less likely to contract the virus than adults. Roughly 1 of every 25…

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