US hospitals risk running out of space to treat children

Doctors in the United States are worried hospitals may run out of space to treat children with COVID-19.
A surge in paediatric cases has hit new pandemic records.
A COVID-19 vaccine is authorised for kids aged 12 and above in the US, leaving younger children particularly vulnerable.
Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro reports from New Orleans, US.

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