glasraen36 karma2020-07-24 13:31:09 UTC
Does the medical community really think children under 10 “rarely spread the virus”?
If so, what are the specific proposed anatomical and/or physiological mechanisms for this?
Is it purely due to smaller lung volumes? Shorter stature putting their noses closer to the ground? I have heard someone guess that maybe there are fewer ACE2 receptors in the nasal mucosa in children, but I’m fairly certain that was just a guess.
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