Pediatric COVID-19 infections represent quarter of Alabama’s overall cases

Pediatric COVID-19 infections represent a quarter of total cases in Alabama

Updated: 23:39 CDT September 13, 2021

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AND DISTRIBUTE THE LAND. SCHOOL DISTRIBUTIONS IN OUR AREA ARE FINDING MORE DIFFICULT TO CONTROL THE DISTRIBUTION OF COVID-19 CLASSROOMS TO THE DELTA VARIANT SECONDS MORE CHILDREN WVTM 13’S CHIP SCARBOROUGH LOOKS LIKE THE ENTIRE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM. THE PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN ALABAMA CONCERNS ABOUT A QUARTER OF THE STATE GENERAL COVID-19 CASES IN PEOPLE AGE 18 AND YOUNGER THAT’S MUCH CONCERNING DR. KAREN LANDER SAYS FOR THE PTAS A FEW WEEKS AT LEAST 50 CHILDREN PER DAY. ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT HAVE SEEN BNEE IN HOSPITALISM WITH COVID-19. SHE’S CONCERNED THAT MAY GROW IF THE IMPACT OF LABOR DAY IS FEELED BUT ALSO CONSTANT CONCERNS ABOUT TRYING TO KEEP OUR CHILDREN IN SCHOOL AND THE WAY TO KEEP OUR CHILDREN AT SCHOOL LIKE THE WAY THE GUIDELINES MUST BECOME THE DEPARTMENT OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH SCHOOL IN ALABAMA AND THEN FINALLY VACCINE OUR CHILDREN AGED 12 AND ABOVE DR. LANDER SAYS BY VACCINATING CHILDREN AGED 12 THAN THAT YOU ARE NOT ONLY PROTECTING THEM, BUT THOSE CHILDREN WHO ARE 12 AND YOUNG CANNOT BE VACCINED. IT IS A REAL CARE FOR OUR PEDIATRIC NUMBERS. CONTINUING TO INCREASE NATIONWEED WE MUST DO EVERYTHING TO KEEP OUR CHILDREN FROM GETTING COVID AND POTENTIAL SYMPTOMS FROM PULLEY VEHICLES.

Pediatric COVID-19 infections represent a quarter of total cases in Alabama

Updated: 23:39 CDT September 13, 2021

School districts in our area are finding it increasingly difficult to control the spread of COVID-19 in classrooms as the Delta variant sickens more children. Watch the video above to learn more about the impact this is having on the state health care system.

School districts in our area are finding it increasingly difficult to control the spread of COVID-19 in classrooms as the Delta variant sickens more children.

Watch the video above to learn more about the impact this is having on the state’s health care system.

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