Many outlets reaching different audiences, including Florida News Times, Patch, Health News Digest, and ScienceDaily, wrote about our important study published in JAMA Pediatrics. The Coronavirus Household Evaluation and Respiratory Testing study found that children and adults are equally vulnerable to coronavirus infection, but children are less likely to become sick.
- Children, adults equally vulnerable to coronavirus infection, but children less likely to become sick, research finds: Study shows relatively high rate of household transmission when at least one member is infected -- ScienceDaily
- Children and adults are equally vulnerable to coronavirus infection, but children are less likely to get sick: research - Florida News Times
- The University Of Utah: Children, Adults Equally Vulnerable To Coronavirus Infection, But Children Less Likely To Become Sick | Salt Lake City, UT Patch
- Incidence Rates, Household Infection Risk, and Clinical Characteristics of SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Children and Adults in Utah and New York City, New York | Pediatrics | JAMA Pediatrics | JAMA Network