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Opinion: Thoughts that the young are not much affected by SARS-CoV-2 look wrong

By The Economist  
   May 22, 2020

Sometime in february or early March a six-month-old girl was admitted to a hospital in the Stanford area of California. She had a fever, a blotchy rash, mild congestion and cracked lips, and was refusing to eat. Her doctors diagnosed Kawasaki disease, a rare paediatric illness originally identified in Japan in 1967.

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