(Minneapolis, MN) -- Public health managers say over 80 percent of kids in Minnesota have had the coronavirus.
The CDC made that claim Thursday based on a look at blood samples from across the state. The CDC however says it's not sure just how many of the million-plus kids in the state have enough antibodies to protect themselves from the virus.
Minnesota's 82 percent infection rate among kids is higher than the national average of 79 percent.
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