1. Kids can get coronavirus, but cases are less severe than adult's  Nikkei Asian Review
  2. Children seem to be spared by COVID-19 — but some can still get very sick  ZME Science
  3. Glucose Control Key With COVID-19 in Diabetes, Say Experts  Medscape
  4. Another study finds the new coronavirus typically mild for kids  Health24
  5. Yes, Children Can Get Covid-19, but Less Severely Than Adults, Scientists Find  Caixin Global
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Relatively mild symptoms make it difficult to detect COVID-19 in children

Kids can get coronavirus, but cases are less severe than adult's - Nikkei Asian Review

Kids can spread the virus to more vulnerable adults, and infants may face a higher risk of serious illness.Kids can spread the virus to more vulnerable adults, and infants may face a higher risk of serious illness.

Coronavirus in kids: Why we need to protect them, even if they face lower risks - Vox

A peer-reviewed study on 2,000 children who had COVID-19 in China found 6% developed severe or critical infections. The risk was highest for infants.A peer-reviewed study on 2,000 children who had COVID-19 in China found 6% developed severe or critical infections. The risk was highest for infants.

Some children develop severe infections from coronavirus - Business Insider

Researchers claim there could be a number of reasons why children infected with the new coronavirus tend not to become as ill as adults. Researchers claim there could be a number of reasons why children infected with the new coronavirus tend not to become as ill as adults.

Another study finds the new coronavirus typically mild for kids | Health24

With diocesan schools closed for the next two weeks, the continued spread of COVID-19 and all the news coverage, many parents are wondering how best to talk to their children about the new coronavirus.With diocesan schools closed for the next two weeks, the continued spread of COVID-19 and all the news coverage, many parents are wondering how best to talk to their children about the new coronavirus.

How to talk to children about COVID-19 - The Arlington Catholic Herald

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School-age children and teens appear to have the lowest risk of severe illness, but infants under 1 year old have higher risks.School-age children and teens appear to have the lowest risk of severe illness, but infants under 1 year old have higher risks.

Coronavirus Infection Mild In Over Half Of Children, Infants At Slightly More Risk, Study Finds

Most children don't seem to show symptoms of coronavirus although they're infected -- but they can pass it on to others in the household.Most children don't seem to show symptoms of coronavirus although they're infected -- but they can pass it on to others in the household.

Children seem to be spared by COVID-19 -- but some can still get very sick

Children are less likely to get infected with Covid-19 and appear to suffer milder cases of coronavirus, studies have found – with some having no symptoms at all. A paper, published in the journal Pediatrics, looking at the severity of symptoms in 2,134 children in China suspected to have Covid-19 found the effects of the infection were less serious than has been seen inChildren are less likely to get infected with Covid-19 and appear to suffer milder cases of coronavirus, studies have found – with some having no symptoms at all. A paper, published in the journal

Coronavirus: Why do children appear to be less affected by Covid-19? | The Independent

The infant infections this week were a newborn baby in London, a nine-month-old infant in Manchester and baby in Norfolk. Experts say children are at low risk of catching the infection.The infant infections this week were a newborn baby in London, a nine-month-old infant in Manchester and baby in Norfolk. Experts say children are at low risk of catching the infection.

Coronavirus: How easy is it for babies to catch? | Daily Mail Online

Answer Bank: Are children less susceptible to COVID-19 than adults? - CGTN

Yes, Children Can Get Covid-19, but Less Severely Than Adults, Scientists Find - Kids have longer incubation and virus-shedding periods and often display symptoms atypical in adults such as gastrointestinal distress, published studies showKids have longer incubation and virus-shedding periods and often display symptoms atypical in adults such as gastrointestinal distress, published studies show

Yes, Children Can Get Covid-19, but Less Severely Than Adults, Scientists Find - Caixin Global

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Seaside Mayor Jay Barber issues COVID-19 statement | Coronavirus | seasidesignal.com

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) – It’s important to remember that children look to adults for guidance on how to react to stressful and unsure times. With all the sudden changes to daily life due to COVID-19, children are going to look to adults with questions about what’s happening and what it means. The National Association […]GRAND RAPIDS, Mich (WOOD) – It’s important to remember that children look to adults for guidance on how to react to stressful and unsure times. With all the sudden changes to daily life…

Talking to your children about COVID-19 | WOODTV.com

COVID-19 continues to spread globally, changing our social habits, work lives and communities. Now is the time to create a household plan.COVID-19 continues to spread globally, changing our social habits, work lives and communities. Now is the time to create a household plan.

(HealthDay)—New research adds to evidence that children infected with COVID-19 have less severe symptoms than adults with the coronavirus.

Another study finds COVID-19 typically mild for kids

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