February 17 According to the latest report jointly released by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Association of Children’s Hospitals, more than 3 million children in the United States have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
This report counts the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in children published across the United States.
According to the data, as of February 11, the United States has reported a total of 303,370 confirmed cases of children, accounting for about 13% of the total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, and 4,030 people per 100,000 children have been infected.
According to the data, in the two weeks from January 28 to February 11, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in children in the United States increased by more than 210,000.
The statistics also show that some U.S. states report children’s coronavirus hospitalizations account for 1.2% to 2.9% of the total number of coronavirus hospitalizations in their states, and children’s coronavirus deaths account for less than 0.25% of the total number of coronavirus deaths in their states.
The definition of children’s age varies from place to place in the United States.
Most states define the age of children from 0 to 19.
The American Academy of Pediatrics said that severe cases of COVID-19 in children seem to be very rare, but there is an urgent need to collect more data on the long-term impact of the COVID-19 on children, including physical health, mental health and other aspects.
Statistics released by Johns Hopkins University in the United States show that as of the evening of the 17th, there were more than 27.81 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States and more than 490,000 deaths.