Italian study: 66.6% of children of had at least one persisting coronavirus symptom between 60 & 120 days after infection (13 had one or two symptoms, 7 had three or more)

Twenty out of 30 children (66.6%) assessed between 60 and 120 days after initial COVID-19 had at least one persisting symptom (13 had one or two symptoms, 7 had three or more); 35 of 68 children (27.1%) had at least one symptom 120 days or more after diagnosis (21 had one or two symptoms, 14 had three or more)....More...

UK AstraZeneca coronavirus jab trial on children paused as regulator investigates rare blood clots in adults

A vaccine trial into the safety and efficacy of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in children has been paused while the UK medicines regulator investigates a possible link to rare blood clots in adults who had the jab....More...

MIS-C syndrome attacking children one month after they are infected with the coronavirus

Spanish pediatricians have complied the most complete data about ‘multisystem inflammatory syndrome’ MIS-C (aka PIMS) which is a rare consequence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and causes critical inflammation

Children who, four to six weeks after having been infected with the coronavirus, would fall ill with continuous fever, general inflammation and other symptoms that put their lives at risk – despite having completely recovered from the initial infection.… ...More...

Hong Kong parents outraged at decision to quarantine pre-school kids with coronavirus positive classmates

“We were never told when we put our children back into school that they will go to a quarantine centre if one of their classmates tested positive,” says one mother

The parents of children from an affluent international preschool criticised what they characterised as the inconsiderate decision by authorities to send their children to quarantine camps, as Hong Kong recorded 10 new coronavirus cases

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