Researchers in Italy want to carry out further retrospective COVID-19 tests after a four-year-old boy was found to have contracted the virus in November 2019.
His sample was one of a number of unresolved cases that were then re-tested for COVID-19 at the University of Milan. Out of the 39 samples studied, his was positive.
Reporte: Hermione Kitson in Milan
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