Kids Caught In Third Wave, Covid Hospitalisation Up
The Times of India Delhi|January 21, 2022
The number of children requiring hospitalisation due to Covid-19 is on the rise in the city. While only a fraction of children affected by the infection need hospital admission, doctors say it is still important for parents to watch out for the warning signs.
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According to Dr Suresh Kumar, medical director of Lok Nayak Hospital, 27 children were admitted at the state-run hospital for Covid treatment in the past three weeks. Of them, 13 are still in hospital while the rest have been discharged. “Three children are on oxygen/ventilator support. They suffer from comorbidities, including birth defects,” the hospital director said.

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