More than 850000 children in the United States are infected with the new crown, with a record increase in one week

According to the latest report jointly released by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the association of children’s hospitals, more than 850000 children in the United States have been diagnosed with new coronavirus since the outbreak. In the week ending October 29, more than 61000 children were confirmed, the highest increase since the outbreak. < / P > < p > this report counts the number of new crown infections reported in children across the United States. Data show that as of October 29, the United States has reported 853 635 confirmed cases of new crown in children, with about 1134 infected per 100000 children. < / P > < p > the data also show that the number of children infected in the United States has increased rapidly in recent years. In the week ending October 29, 61447 new cases of new crown were confirmed in the United States, the highest increase in a week since the outbreak. As of October 29, 10 states have reported more than 25000 confirmed cases of new crown in children. < p > < p > statistics also show that the number of hospitalized children with new crowns in the United States accounts for 1% to 3.5% of the total number of hospitalized patients with new crowns in their respective states, and the death cases of children with new crowns account for less than 0.2% of the total deaths of new crowns in their respective states. The definition of children’s age varies from place to place in the United States. 30 states define the maximum age of children as 19 years old, while some states define 0-14 years old as children. The American Academy of Pediatrics said that at present, severe cases of new crown disease in children are very rare, but it is urgent to collect more data on the long-term impact of the new coronavirus on children, including how the new coronavirus damages the physical, emotional and mental health of children. According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of the evening of the 3rd EDT, the total number of confirmed cases and deaths of the new crown in the United States exceeded 9.35 million and more than 232 000, respectively. Focus