Special Report

How COVID Is Affecting Children in Every State

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Texas
> Cumulative child cases, age range 0-19: (0% of all cases)
> Child cases per 100,000 children: 0.0
> Cumulative child hospitalizations: No data (No data% of all hospitalizations)
> Child COVID-19-related deaths: 127 (0.16% of all deaths)

– Texas previously reported age for only 2% of total confirmed cases and these cumulative cases through 8/26/21 are included (7,754); Cases per 100,000 children omitted for Texas; Data for Texas in this report is limited to the case count for which age is p

– As of 7/30/20, Texas provided age distribution for all COVID-19-associated deaths; Texas reported age for only 2% of total confirmed cases; As of 1/14/21, TX released new data that is only updated monthly- TX cumulative deaths through 2/3/22;

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Utah
> Cumulative child cases, age range 0-14: 128,661 (13.9% of all cases)
> Child cases per 100,000 children: 16,606.5
> Cumulative child hospitalizations: 1,267 (3.70% of all hospitalizations)
> Child COVID-19-related deaths: 0 (0.00% of all deaths)

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Vermont
> Cumulative child cases, age range 0-19: 31,560 (27.3% of all cases)
> Child cases per 100,000 children: 23,479.5
> Cumulative child hospitalizations: No data (No data% of all hospitalizations)
> Child COVID-19-related deaths: 0 (0.00% of all deaths)

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Virginia
> Cumulative child cases, age range 0-19: 349,944 (21% of all cases)
> Child cases per 100,000 children: 16,764.4
> Cumulative child hospitalizations: 1,710 (3.50% of all hospitalizations)
> Child COVID-19-related deaths: 19 (0.10% of all deaths)

– On 3/24/22, VA revised hospitalization data resulting in a downward revision of child hospitalizations

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Washington
> Cumulative child cases, age range 0-17: 325,734 (22.5% of all cases)
> Child cases per 100,000 children: 17,700.0
> Cumulative child hospitalizations: 1,193 (2.60% of all hospitalizations)
> Child COVID-19-related deaths: 17 (0.17% of all deaths)

– As of 3/10/22, WA changed definition of child case from 0-19 to 0-17

– As of 1/13/22, due to data available and changes made to dashboard, WA cumulative child hospitalizations and cumulative hospitalizations for all ages through 1/6/22

– Due to available data and changes made to dashboard, WA cumulative child deaths and cumulative deaths for all ages through 1/6/22

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