Novel coronavirus pneumonia is diagnosed in about 2 million 500 thousand children in the United States

Novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in about 2 million 500 thousand children in the United States as of January 14th, and 182 thousand children were hospitalized with new crown infections, and 191 children died, according to the latest report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The report points out that only last week (11th), 211466 cases of children in the United States were positive in the new crown test, an increase of 18% compared with two weeks ago. At present, the number of new crown cases among children in the United States accounts for 12.6% of the total number of cases. The report also points out that North Dakota, Tennessee, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming have the highest positive rates of new crown among children, while Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Delaware have also seen a significant increase in positive rates of new crown among children. (CCTV reporter Xu Xiao)

Novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in about 2 million 500 thousand children in the United States as of January 14th, and 182 thousand children were hospitalized with new crown infections, and 191 children died, according to the latest report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The report points out that only last week (11th), 211466 cases of children in the United States were positive in the new crown test, an increase of 18% compared with two weeks ago. At present, the number of new crown cases among children in the United States accounts for 12.6% of the total number of cases.

The report also points out that North Dakota, Tennessee, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming have the highest positive rates of new crown among children, while Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Delaware have also seen a significant increase in positive rates of new crown among children. (CCTV reporter Xu Xiao)

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