Coronavirus cases jump 40% in US kids last month: report – Fox News

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The U.S. last month saw coronavirus cases jump in children by 40% while the debate in the nation rages over whether to resume schools for in-person classes.

Georgia health officials verified recently that a 7-year-old kid without any underlying conditions has actually ended up being the youngest individual in the state to die from COVID-19.

There have actually been over 5 million coronavirus cases in the U.S., the greatest of any nation, and more than 160,000 deaths. Health officials believe the actual number is maybe 10 times higher, or closer to 50 million, provided screening limitations and the fact that as numerous as 40% of all those who are contaminated have no signs.

Bloomberg, mentioning the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Childrens Hospital Association, reported that 86 kids died from the disease in the U.S., which amounted to 0.06% overall deaths and 0.003% of overall cases.

The African-American kid was infected with the illness after participating in a Savannah church where he touched with two senior members who were likewise stricken with the virus and died, the local NBC affiliate reported.
The dispute over reopening schools has been a political flashpoint. Democrats, for the many part, have accused President Trump of recklessness with his call to get children back in the class, while Republicans state Democrats are weaponizing schools on an election year.


” Were 100 days out from the governmental election– the only objective Democrats have is to defeat Donald Trump,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, stated in an interview recently. ” And theyve cynically chosen [the] finest method to beat Donald Trump is closed down every business in America, shut down every school in America.” Fox News David Aaro and the Associated Press added to this report