Study suggests disparities in children who get COVID-19
A new study suggests minority children and those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds have higher rates of COVID-19.
UPDATE. >>> A NEW STUDY SUGGESTS THAT -- HIGHER RATES OF COVID 19. RESEARCHERS FOUND 30% OF BLACK CHILDREN AND 46% OF HISPANIC CHILDREN TESTED POSITIVE FOR THE VIRUS. THAT IS COMPARED TO JUST 7% FOR WHITE CHILDREN. ACCORDING TO AN AVERAGE FAMILY INCOME, THE INFECTION RATE WAS ABOUT 38% FOR THOSE IN THE