NEW YORK (AP) — A detailed look at COVID-19 deaths in U.S. kids and young adults shows the toll mirrors what’s been seen in older patients.
The report released Tuesday examines 121 deaths of those younger than 21, as of the end of July. Like older adults, many of them
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