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Association Between Race and COVID-19 Outcomes Among 2.6 Million Children in England

Saatci, D., Ranger, T.A., Garriga, C., Clift, A.K., Zaccardi, F.

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This article examines a cohort study of children in England to determine a possible association between COVID-19 testing rates, COVID-19 mortality rates, and race. Results found that Asian and Black children experienced race-specific disparities when compared to white children, with white children receiving more COVID-19 testing, but Black and Asian children experiencing worse outcomes, including hospitalization, ICU admission, and death.

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Advancing Racial Equity

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Asian, Black or African American, Youth and Young Adults

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