By now, out of 89,755 children that have undergone quarantine, 3,932 (4.3 percent) have been diagnosed with COVID-19, says Barno Abdusamatova, a member of the Anti-Coronavirus Staff.
Analysis of COVID-19 by age shows that the number of infection cases was:
190 for children under 1 year of age (4.8 percent);
683 for children under 3 years of age (17.4 percent);
934 for children from 3 to 7 years of age (23.8 percent);
2 125 for children from 7 to 18 years of age (54 percent).
Out of 3,932 patients, 3,293 (83.7 percent) have recovered and 639 (16.3 percent) are currently undergoing treatment.
As of today, there have been reported no severe forms of disease or fatal cases among children.