Fox 29: 22% of new COVID cases in U.S. found in children, doctors explain why

Dr. J.B. Cantey, Pediatrics, explained to the KABB TV audience that as the proportion of older adults either get immunized or have had the infection, the total number of COVID cases wane, thereby cases in children (not yet eligible to receive the vaccine) will become a bigger and bigger portion of the cases; also as more kids are returning to schools and some of those schools no longer require universal masking, it is likely there will be more transmission among school-age children who aren’t old enough for the vaccine.

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