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COVID-19 pandemic: Impact caused by school closure and national lockdown on pediatric visits and admissions for viral and non-viral infections, a time series analysis

Abstract : A time series analysis of 871,543 pediatric emergency visits revealed that the COVID-19 lockdown and school closure were associated with a significant decrease in infectious diseases disseminated through airborne or fecal-oral transmissions: common cold, gastro-enteritis, bronchiolitis, acute otitis. No change was found for urinary tract infections.
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François Angoulvant, Naïm Ouldali, David Dawei Yang, Mathilde Filser, Vincent Gajdos, et al.. COVID-19 pandemic: Impact caused by school closure and national lockdown on pediatric visits and admissions for viral and non-viral infections, a time series analysis. Clinical Infectious Diseases, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2020, pp.ciaa710. ⟨10.1093/cid/ciaa710⟩. ⟨inserm-02935720⟩

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