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Children have milder COVID-19 symptoms than adults and the balance of evidence suggests they may also have lower susceptibility and infectivity than adults, scientists advising the British government have said.Children have milder COVID-19 symptoms than adults and the balance of evidence suggests they may also have lower susceptibility and infectivity than adults, scientists advising the British government have said.

Children with COVID-19 may have lower infectivity than adults, UK scientists say - Reuters

“Every day scientists and doctors are learning more about MIS-C, a rare but serious inflammatory response that is sending a small percentage of kids to the hospital weeks after contracting the coronavirus. Here's what they know so far. https://t.co/foWei6MTRb”

Deborah Netburn on Twitter: "Every day scientists and doctors are learning more about MIS-C, a rare but serious inflammatory response that is sending a small percentage of kids to the hospital weeks after contracting the coronavirus. Here's what they know so far. https://t.co/foWei6MTRb"

“Children with COVID-19 may have lower infectivity than adults, UK scientists say https://t.co/tbWdUgJakg”

Kylie MacLellan on Twitter: "Children with COVID-19 may have lower infectivity than adults, UK scientists say https://t.co/tbWdUgJakg"

“I am very sad for students, parents and teachers. But I also know my kids have learned more about science, pandemics, public health, public safety, business, international relations, journalism and politics in the last few weeks than I ever did at their age #COVID19”

Graham Richardson on Twitter: "I am very sad for students, parents and teachers. But I also know my kids have learned more about science, pandemics, public health, public safety, business, international relations, journalism and politics in the last few weeks than I ever did at their age #COVID19"

“A primary care physician & medical educator, and @AdamBHealthEcon, a public health economist, created Kelly Stays Home: The Science of #COVID19, a FREE children's book. #https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/singletons/202005/can-you-explain-covid-19-herd-immunity-your-kids”

Susan Newman, Ph.D. on Twitter: "A primary care physician & medical educator, and @AdamBHealthEcon, a public health economist, created Kelly Stays Home: The Science of #COVID19, a FREE children's book. #https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/singletons/202005/can-you-explain-covid-19-herd-immunity-your-kids"