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Read: 2 Studies Suggest Young Children May Be Major Drivers of the Coronavirus Pandemic

2 Studies Suggest Young Children May Be Major Drivers of the Coronavirus Pandemic

One study also found that children, ages five to 17 with mild or moderate coronavirus symptoms have as much virus in their nasopharynx as adults.

Read: 35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

35% of Parents Won’t Have Any Childcare if Schools Don’t Reopen

A survey from Healthline also found 21% of parents have no choice but to leave their children home alone while they go to work.

Read: Work in a Hospital? Here’s Your Likelihood of Catching the Coronavirus

Work in a Hospital? Here’s Your Likelihood of Catching the Coronavirus

One study found that healthcare workers who worked directly with COVID-19 patients were nine times more likely to test positive for the virus than workers in non-COVID-19 units. Another study looked at the effects of building ventilation.

Read: Doctors Urge Parents to Keep Well-Child Visits As Vaccination Rates Drop

Doctors Urge Parents to Keep Well-Child Visits As Vaccination Rates Drop

With lower than normal vaccination coverage, children may be at higher risk for vaccine-preventable diseases such as influenza, measles, whooping cough, chicken pox, and more.

Read: Less than 1 in 10 Americans Believe Schools Should Reopen Without Restrictions

Less than 1 in 10 Americans Believe Schools Should Reopen Without Restrictions

According to a new survey, 56% of Americans are extremely/very concerned that reopening schools will cause a surge in COVID-19 infections.

Read: Teens and Tweens Spread COVID-19 Just as Much as Adults, Study Finds

Teens and Tweens Spread COVID-19 Just as Much as Adults, Study Finds

A new study analyzed 59,073 people who had contact with 5,706 coronavirus patients, focusing on people believed to be the first infected in their household.

Read: Trevor Project: 15% of LGBTQ Youth Attempted Suicide in Past Year

Trevor Project: 15% of LGBTQ Youth Attempted Suicide in Past Year

A new report from The Trevor Project also found 40% of LGBTQ youth have “seriously considered” attempting suicide in the last 12 months.

Read: Burned Out by Videoconferencing? You’re Not Alone. Zoom Fatigue Is Real.

Burned Out by Videoconferencing? You’re Not Alone. Zoom Fatigue Is Real.

A new study from Microsoft found that we feel more stressed and overworked when we collaborate remotely than when we collaborate in person.

Read: UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 500 U.S. Healthcare Workers

UPDATE: Coronavirus Has Killed More Than 500 U.S. Healthcare Workers

However, the death toll of healthcare workers from COVID-19 is most likely higher.

Read: 85% of College Students’ Mental Health Affected by COVID-19

85% of College Students’ Mental Health Affected by COVID-19

TimelyMD also surveyed college students on their top concerns and how they are coping with increased stress and anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.

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