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TABLE 1

Demographics and Clinical Presentation of Study Patients

n = 39
Demographics  
 Median age, y (IQR) 11.1 (5.7–14.5) 
 Female sex, No. (%) 22 (56) 
Clinical presentation  
 Median time between symptom onset and diagnosis, d (IQR) 2 (1–3) 
Reported symptoms, No. (%)  
 Cough 32 (82) 
 Fever 26 (67) 
 Nasal discharge 25 (64) 
 Headache 22 (56) 
 Sore throat 14 (36) 
 Shortness of breath 13 (33) 
 Myalgia 13 (33) 
 Abdominal pain 11 (28) 
 Anosmia 8 (21) 
 Arthralgia 7 (18) 
 Diarrhea 7 (18) 
 Fatigue 5 (13) 
 Rash 5 (13) 
 Dysgueusia 4 (10) 
 Nausea 4 (10) 
 Vomiting 3 (8) 
 Thoracic pain 2 (5) 
 Conjunctivitis 1 (3) 
Diagnosis, No. (%)  
 Upper respiratory tract infection 27 (69) 
 Influenza-like illness 2 (5) 
 Fever without source 2 (5) 
 Pneumonia 2 (5) 
 Obstructive bronchitis 2 (5) 
 Sepsis-like event 1 (3) 
 Croup 1 (3) 
 ALTEs 1 (3) 
 Asymptomatic 1 (3) 
n = 39
Demographics  
 Median age, y (IQR) 11.1 (5.7–14.5) 
 Female sex, No. (%) 22 (56) 
Clinical presentation  
 Median time between symptom onset and diagnosis, d (IQR) 2 (1–3) 
Reported symptoms, No. (%)  
 Cough 32 (82) 
 Fever 26 (67) 
 Nasal discharge 25 (64) 
 Headache 22 (56) 
 Sore throat 14 (36) 
 Shortness of breath 13 (33) 
 Myalgia 13 (33) 
 Abdominal pain 11 (28) 
 Anosmia 8 (21) 
 Arthralgia 7 (18) 
 Diarrhea 7 (18) 
 Fatigue 5 (13) 
 Rash 5 (13) 
 Dysgueusia 4 (10) 
 Nausea 4 (10) 
 Vomiting 3 (8) 
 Thoracic pain 2 (5) 
 Conjunctivitis 1 (3) 
Diagnosis, No. (%)  
 Upper respiratory tract infection 27 (69) 
 Influenza-like illness 2 (5) 
 Fever without source 2 (5) 
 Pneumonia 2 (5) 
 Obstructive bronchitis 2 (5) 
 Sepsis-like event 1 (3) 
 Croup 1 (3) 
 ALTEs 1 (3) 
 Asymptomatic 1 (3) 

ALTE, apparent life-threatening event.

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