Global pandemic occurred in 2019 following infection by the novel corona virus. Infection with SARSCoV- 2 resulting severe acute respiratory syndrome started in China with first case reported on December 2019 in Wuhan city. According to the WHO-China Joint commission release in February 2020; disease in children appears to be relatively rare and mild with approximately 2.4% of the total reported cases amongst individuals aged under 19 years of age, With the currently available evidences so far; children contribute 1-5% of total COVID-19 cases worldwide. China/WHO joint commission could not identify where transmission occurred from a child to an adult; and multiple clusters showed that children are unlikely to be the index cases. Though some studies showed that stool PCR was positive for COVID-19 from affected patients, experts say that Positive stool PCR may not translate to viable viruses and need to be interpreted with caution and need to have further studies.