Covid-19: WHO examines the risks of infections in children and adolescents

Covid-19: WHO examines the risks of infections in children and adolescents
Covid-19: WHO examines the risks of infections in children and adolescents

Tunisia Tribune (risk of infections in children and adolescents) – While confirmed cases and positive tests in young children have reached levels not reached since the start of the pandemic since the start of the school year in some countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) believes that the new coronavirus seems more touch adolescents.

“Data on the global incidence of Covid-19 in adolescents suggests that more children test positive for SARS-CoV-2 than children,” the WHO said on Wednesday, however, noting that “Seroprevalence surveys are needed to provide more information”.

In its latest epidemiological the UN World Health Agency evokes “mixed” results, following multiple studies of seroprevalence and viral excretion of Covid-19 carried out in communities. Perhaps because the studies were conducted at different times during the pandemic, when populations were subjected to different levels of public health measures.

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Covid19 examines risks infections children adolescents

 
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