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Infants younger than one year in Africa have nearly five times the risk of death than those aged 15 to 19 years after contracting the virusInfants younger than one year in Africa have nearly five times the risk of death than those aged 15 to 19 years after contracting the virus

Sub-Saharan Africa children show higher Covid-19 death rate than elsewhere - The Mail & Guardian

The research not only challenges the misunderstanding that Covid-19 is a mild disease in children, it also provides a rare peek into the devastation the pandemic is causing on the continent.Covid-19 kills children in sub-Saharan Africa at a greater rate than in high-income countries — study By Shaun Smillie

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A study has found that children in sub-Saharan Africa hospitalised with Covid-19 are dying at a rate far greater than children in the US and Europe.A study has found that children in sub-Saharan Africa hospitalised with Covid-19 are dying at a rate far greater than children in the US and Europe.

Children in sub-Saharan Africa hospitalised with Covid-19 dying at a higher rate than others: study

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1.5 million children lack life-saving treatment for severe wasting in Eastern and Southern Africa, alerts UNICEF - Angola | ReliefWeb

A groundbreaking study has revealed that children in Sub-Saharan Africa are dying of Covid-19 at a higher rate than in United States and Europe.A groundbreaking study has revealed that children in Sub-Saharan Africa are dying of Covid-19 at a higher rate than in United States and Europe.

Children in Sub-Saharan Africa dying of Covid-19 at a higher rate than other regions - study | Witness

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