Covida-19 the infection is growing in children. “data-reagid =” 17 “> As schools across the country begin to reopen, recent data show that COVID-19 infection is on the rise among children.
children COVID-19 cases. “data-reagid =” 18 “> The American Academy of Pediatrics, in collaboration with the Children’s Hospital Association, studies every week publicly available data from US states on COVID-19 child cases.
latest report, as of July 30, there have been a total of 338,982 children cases of COVID-19 that have been reported since the onset of the pandemic. This represents 8.8% of all COVID-19 cases. “Data-reactive =” 19 “> According to its most recent report, as of July 30, there have been a total of 338,982 cases of children with COVID-19 reported since the onset of the pandemic, representing 8.8% of all cases. of COVID-19.
In 25 states, 10% or more of reported cases were in children, the report found. The highest percentages were in Wyoming, Tennessee and New Mexico, with over 15%. New Jersey and New York City, meanwhile, had the lowest, at 3% or less.
The overall rate was 447 cases per 100,000 children in the population, the report reveals. Seventeen states and the District of Columbia reported more than 500 cases per 100,000 children, according to the report. Arizona had the highest rate, exceeding 1,000, while Hawaii had the lowest, below 100.
Cases of COVID-19 are increasing in children: From July 16 to July 30, there was a 40% increase in child cases, the report states. The overall number of cases, the percentage of total cases and the rate of cases per child are also the highest they have been since the first VET and CHA report, which examined COVID-19 data since 16 April. “> Overall, COVID-19 cases are on the rise in children: From July 16 to July 30, there was a 40% increase in child cases, the report found. The total number of cases, the percentage of total cases and case rates among children are also the highest they have been since the first AAP and CHA report, which examined COVID-19 data from 16 April.
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However, hospitals and COVID-19-related deaths in children are “rare,” and serious illness is “rare,” according to the VET. Based on data from 43 states and New York City, children account for less than 1% of all COVID-19 deaths. Twenty states have reported zero deaths per child, and these account for 3.7% of the total COVID-19 hospital reported in 20 states and New York City, the report found.
The professional association noted that “States should continue to provide detailed reports on COVID-19 cases, testing, hospitalization and age-related mortality, so that the effects of COVID-19 on children’s health can continue to be documented and monitored “.
The latest study looked at demographic data from 49 states, plus New York City, Washington, DC, Puerto Rico and Guam. New York did not provide age distribution for cases across the state, the study noted. The age range varied from 0 to 14 to 0 to 24, depending on the state.
Recent CDC data
demographic, based on reports from US states, US territories, New York City and DC “data-reactive =” 39 “> Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also track COVID-19 data by demographics, based on reports from US states, territories of the US, New York City and DC
As of August 9, children under the age of 18 accounted for 7.4% of reported cases of COVID-19 and less than 1% of reported deaths of COVID-19, according to the CDC. As of August 1, there have been 616 COVID-19 hospitalizations reported in patients under 18 – nearly 1.4% of the total hospital.
Most children with COVID-19 are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms, according to the CDC.
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multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), a rare but severe condition that was reported a few weeks after the onset of COVID-19 in children and adolescents. The CDC is also pursuing what they call multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), a rare but severe condition that was reported a few weeks after the onset of COVID-19 in children and teens.
The condition can cause concussion, gastrointestinal symptoms, cardiac involvement and elevated markers of inflammation, according to the CDC.
As of Aug. 6, 570 patients with MIS-C and 10 deaths have been reported from 40 states, DC and New York City, the CDC found. The average age for the affected children was 8 years old.
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