Information for pediatric healthcare providers : updated May 19, 2020
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Information for pediatric healthcare providers : updated May 19, 2020

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      Updated Dec. 18, 2020

      This guidance is intended to inform pediatric healthcare providers of up-to-date information about children with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 and about caring for children during the pandemic. Children are defined as age 1 month to 18 years for the purpose of this document.

      For healthcare providers caring for neonates (≤28 days old) with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, including those born to a mother with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, please refer to CDC guidance for evaluating and managing neonates at risk for COVID-19.

      Updates as of December 15, 2020

      • Revisions were made on December 15, 2020 to include new information about COVID-19 relevant for pediatric healthcare providers. Revisions were also made to make the webpage easier to use and understand.

      • We are learning more about COVID-19 every day. The information may be updated at any time, subject to change as the science evolves.

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      Infections Among Children -- Symptoms and Severity -- Testing and Isolation -- Laboratory and Radiographic Findings -- Management -- Immunizations and Well-Child Care -- Additional Information -- References.
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