12% India Covid cases among those under 20: Unicef
Nearly 12% of Covid-19 infections in India are among children and adolescents under 20 years whereas globally, they accounted for 11% of infections, a new report by Unicef analysing data from 87 countries showed. Disruptions to essential services such as education, healthcare, nutrition and child protection interventions were also harming children, the report said.
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