Association Between Race and COVID-19 Outcomes Among 2.6 Million Children in England

Results of this study indicate that race-specific disparities in SARS-CoV-2 testing and COVID-19 hospital outcomes seen in adults also exist among children.

This analysis of 2.6 million healthcare records by Oxford University researchers shows that there are higher proportions of ethnic minority children in England testing positive for COVID-19 than white children, with Asian children more likely to be admitted to hospital with the illness.

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