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2,061 seniors over 79 who were in US test positive for COVID-19 during week ending December 18

2,061 seniors over 79 who were in US test positive for COVID-19 during week ending December 18
There were 2,061 seniors over 79 who were in the United States tested positive for COVID-19 during the week ending December 18.

Positive tests per age group Age group Number Positive 0 - 9 Years 2,179 10 - 19 Years 4,504 20 - 29 Years 7,403 30 - 39 Years 6,789 40 - 49 Years 6,297 50 - 59 Years 6,660 60 - 69 Years 5,141 70 - 79 Years 2,940 80+ Years 2,061 Trending p CITY OF WEST CHICAGO: DuPage County COVID-19 Community Vaccination Clinic to Expand and Relocate to DuPage County Fairgrounds p NAPERVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT: Structure Fire in the 700 Block of Arlington Avenue p Mazzochi: Explain to the people, governorCenters for Disease Control and Prevention !Donate By Feb 23, 2021 There were 2,061 seniors over 79 who were in the United States tested positive for COVID-19 during the week ending December 18, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association stated that in the United States, children represent about 9 percent of all COVID-19 cases.

The Mayo Clinic points out that children of all ages can contract COVID-19 but most don’t become as ill as adults and some show no symptoms at all.Out of those who provided figures, 336 individuals were hospitalized and 30 were admitted to the ICU.

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