A first-grader in Minnesota died after contracting the coronavirus, Gov. Tim Walz said on Monday.The child, who had actually been described as “under age 10″ by the Minnesota Department of Health, was from the southwestern location of the state.”My ideas are with the Minnesota family grieving the loss of their precious child,” he composed.”Walzs office supposedly told WCCO that the child did not have any underlying conditions that would heighten the threat of severe illness.CDC UPDATES CORONAVIRUS SUMMER CAMP GUIDANCE”Since children under 16 are not yet qualified to get a COVID-19 vaccine, the finest method we all can take to keep children safe is to make sure those around them who can get immunized do get immunized, and that we continue to follow those procedures that prevent transmission of the infection,” the states health department stated.
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