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Study claims kids can spread Covid-19 as much as adults

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Study claims kids can spread Covid-19 as much as adultsNew York:�Contrary to the previous findings which stressed that children are not a major source of Covid-19 transmission, a new study has now claimed that young kids can spread coronavirus as much as older children and adults. The research, published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, discovered that children younger than five years with mild to moderate Covid-19 have much higher levels of genetic material for the virus...
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A prominent Nashville doctor is raising concerns highlighted in a new study about kids and COVID-19. The study reveals how kids may spread the disease even easier than adults.

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