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KU Hospital reports death of pediatric patient due to COVID-19 – KMBC Kansas City

Death is first in the hospital system since June 27

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. —The University of Kansas Health System confirmed the death Friday of a pediatric patient due to COVID-19.
This is the first death in the hospital system since June 27.
Hospitals officials have not released any other details, including the child’s age.
“The bad thing about this is we did have four discharges yesterday but we had eight new admissions. I don’t like that ratio. And we also did have one death of a very young person as well.” said Dr. Dana Hawkinson….

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