Advertisement

Rossen Reports: COVID-19 symptoms in kids: What to look for

With a rise in new cases and a new illness affecting kids, viewers have been submitting questions about what they should do to protect their families.

Advertisement

Jeff Rossen is joined by Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and public health professor at George Washington University, to talk about the coronavirus.

With a rise in new cases and a new illness affecting kids, viewers have been submitting questions about what they should do to protect their families and what symptoms they should be watching for.

Why is this new illness happening? What's the latest on it? What does it mean for kids going to summer camp and whether or not school will be open in the fall? Does it change the blueprint for reopening? Also, how far do droplets actually go? Are gyms safe now that places are reopening? If there is a spike in new cases, will states reclose? What are the next steps? If someone tests positive for the antibody test, does that mean they're immune to coronavirus?

Jeff and Dr. Wen answer these questions in the video above.

We know you have a lot of questions about the coronavirus. Each day, we'll seek to answer them, by consulting our database of experts to get you accurate information on a range of topics. Check back tomorrow for another round. Submit a question of your own here.