A 26-country review compiled from 131 studies has found that majority of children with COVID-19 fared well clinically compared to adults during the first four months of the pandemic.

Researchers from the Long School of Medicine prepared the study, which is the largest systematic review to date of children and young adults with COVID-19. EClinicalMedicine, a journal of The Lancet, on June 26 published the results.

Read the full story.

The post National Herald: 26-nation review reveals kids more resilient against COVID-19 appeared first on UT Health San Antonio.