COVID-19 cases in children spiked in July and have plateaued into September, the CDC reported. Cases in Georgia since Sept. 1 have crept up... Georgia sees slight increase in child COVID infections

COVID-19 cases in children spiked in July and have plateaued into September, the CDC reported. Cases in Georgia since Sept. 1 have crept up but serious cases remain low, according to an analysis. After a peak around the Fourth of July, COVID-19 cases in children have essentially plateaued despite many schools reopening in-person this fall, the CDC reported Monday. In Georgia, there has been a slight increase in cases and hospitalizations since Sept. 1 although the number of serious cases remains low, according to analysis by the Augusta Chronicle.

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