However, some severe cases in children are being reported and three children have died, the analysis said.
Cases in children make up less than 2% of reported cases in the US, according to the report.
It analyzed 149,760 laboratory-confirmed cases in the US between February 12 and April 2.
Of the 149,082 cases in which an age was reported, only 2,572, or 1.7%, were children younger than 18 years old, the report said.
Symptoms such as cough and fever were not reported as often in the pediatric cases as in adults, and children also seem to have a lower rate of hospitalizations for the virus, according to the report.
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