The Single Factor That Most Strongly Predicts Whether Kids Will Infect Family Members With Coronavirus

Kids are getting COVID, and with the highly-infectious Delta variant still surging in the US, I have a lot of concern about outbreaks once all the children are back in school.

Writing about medicine, science, statistics, and the abuses thereof. Commentator at Medscape. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University.

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F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

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Writing about medicine, science, statistics, and the abuses thereof. Commentator at Medscape. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University.

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