Is The B.1.617 Strain Of Covid More Dangerous To Children?

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  • Published On: May 19, 2021
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Singapore shuts schools amidst concerns that the B.1.617 variant, first discovered in India, may be affecting more children. In India, there are concerns that children may be hardest hit in a third wave. Children aren't small size adults; they need special care, but how equipped are we?

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