American Academy of Pediatrics: 28% increase in new crown infections in children in the past two weeks

The number of children infected with the new coronavirus in the United States has increased by 28% in the past two weeks, and now accounts for more than 11% of the total number of confirmed cases in the United States, the American Academy of Pediatrics said on the 23rd, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. The data also showed that from November 5 to 19, 144145 new confirmed cases were reported among children aged 17 and under. In addition, data from Johns Hopkins University in the United States showed that as of the 24th of Beijing time, the total number of confirmed cases of new crown in the United States exceeded 12.42 million, and the cumulative number of deaths exceeded 257000. < / P > < p > with thanksgiving approaching, the number of trips in the United States has increased significantly. Between November 20 and 22, the U.S. airline industry carried more than 3 million passengers, the highest since March, according to the U.S. Transportation Safety Administration. In order to prevent and control the epidemic situation, doctors and experts called on Americans to stay at home. Fudge, an American infectious disease expert, said his biggest worry now is that people from different places will go home for Thanksgiving, and that when people leave a certain place, “they are likely to expose themselves when they have to go to places like airports or railway stations.” 08/17/2020