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Title: Protecting children in low-income and middle-income countries from COVID-19.

Authors: Ahmed, Salahuddin; Mvalo, Tisungane; Akech, Samuel; Agweyu, Ambrose; Baker, Kevin; Bar-Zeev, Naor; Campbell, Harry; Checkley, William; Chisti, Mohammod Jobayer; Colbourn, Tim; Cunningham, Steve; Duke, Trevor; English, Mike; Falade, Adegoke G; Fancourt, Nicholas Ss; Ginsburg, Amy S; Graham, Hamish R; Gray, Diane M; Gupta, Madhu; Hammitt, Laura; Hesseling, Anneke C; Hooli, Shubhada; Johnson, Abdul-Wahab Br; King, Carina; Kirby, Miles A; Lanata, Claudio F; Lufesi, Norman; Mackenzie, Grant A; McCracken, John P; Moschovis, Peter P; Nair, Harish; Oviawe, Osawaru; Pomat, William S; Santosham, Mathuram; Seddon, James A; Thahane, Lineo Keneuoe; Wahl, Brian; Van der Zalm, Marieke; Verwey, Charl; Yoshida, Lay-Myint; Zar, Heather J; Howie, Stephen Rc; McCollum, Eric D

Published In BMJ Glob Health, (2020 05)

Abstract: Abstract not available from PubMed.

PubMed ID: 32461228 Exiting the NIEHS site

MeSH Terms: Betacoronavirus*; Child; Child Health*; Coronavirus Infections/diagnosis; Coronavirus Infections/prevention & control*; Coronavirus Infections/transmission; Developing Countries; Global Health; Humans; Pandemics/prevention & control*; Pneumonia, Viral/diagnosis; Pneumonia, Viral/prevention & control*; Pneumonia, Viral/transmission; Poverty*; Risk Factors

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