English school return spurred COVID in children, but cases fell in adults – study

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By Alistair Smout LONDON (Reuters) -COVID-19 infections in children in England rose in September after schools returned from summer holidays, helping to keep cases high even as there was a fall among adults, a large prevalence study showed on Thursday. Infection numbers in Britain are currently much higher than in other western European countries, but have not risen above summer levels following the return of schools in September in England despite higher infection rates in children. The REACT-1 study, led by Imperial College London found that prevalence in 13 to 17-year-olds was 2.55% between…

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