Published time: 02 April 2020
Authors: Weiyong Liu, Ph.D., Qi Zhang, Ph.D., Junbo Chen, Ph.D., Rong Xiang, Ph.D., Huijuan Song, M.Sc., Ling Chen, M.D., Lu Liang, M.D., Jiaxin Zhou, M.D., Lei You, M.Sc., Peng Wu, Ph.D., Bo Zhang, M.Sc., Yanjun Lu, Ph.D., Liming Xia, M.D., Lu Huang, M.D., Yang Yang, Ph.D., Fang Liu, Ph.D., Malcolm G. Semple, Ph.D., B.M., B.Ch., Benjamin J. Cowling, Ph.D., Ke Lan, M.D., Ph.D., Ziyong Sun, Ph.D., Hongjie Yu, Ph.D., Yingle Liu, Ph.D.
Keywords: COVID-19, Epidemics, China, Children, Wuhan
A small number of cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) have been described in children,1,2 and our understanding of the spectrum of illness is limited.3 We conducted a retrospective analysis involving hospitalized children in Wuhan, China.
Detection of Covid-19 in Children in Early January 2020 in Wuhan, China