Kobe, Chicago, Jackie Quinn discussed on AP News Radio


The centers for disease control says youngsters aren't entirely out of the woods with this virus but usually it's mild for children preliminary data collected since February show only about 2 percent of those testing positive for Kobe at 19 our kids and fever cough and shortness of breath are their most common symptoms while most kids don't become severely ill at least 3 youngsters have died cases are more common in boys than girls and more in older children and teens but this serious illness appears to be more common in infants one morning from a pediatric hospital in Chicago since children are less likely than adults to get very sick they might not be quarantined and could transmit the virus I'm Jackie Quinn

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