Ohio kids’ COVID-19 cases overtake other age groups
Ohio Capital Journal, Jake ZuckermanSeptember 8, 2021 (Medium)

Ohioans 19 and younger are now driving the state’s COVID-19 pandemic, comprising a larger share of cases than any other age group.

Roughly one in three people who have contracted COVID-19 this month are 18 or younger, according to an analysis of state data. Those aged 20-29 are the next most prevalent cohort, comprising 16% of the month’s cases.

This comes as many schools struggle to remain open amid spiking infection and quarantine rates of students, and children’s hospitals raise the alarm about strained capacity.

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine provides update on COVID-19 pandemic
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