I won't go into depth as all studies covered in a previous thread, however useful meta-analysis of contact tracing studies
OR = 0.44 of infection in children compared to adults
Some criticisms of these include potential lack of testing of non-symptomatic children missing cases
Well fortunately we've got some new evidence there...
Guess what? Same thing!
Young children about 50% as likely to get infected as adults/teens in household
Population tested in Geneva and results adjusted and extrapolated for population estimates
Children <10yrs had Odds of 0.32 for being infected compared to adults
Super spreaders? Doesn't look like it.