WHO investigates possible coronavirus link to infrequent disease in children

Several countries have disclosed cases of children highly-flown by an illness with symptoms similar to Kawasaki’s disease.

The World Health Organization has said it is finding a possible link between coronavirus and a rare inflammatory illness that has ill and killed children in Europe and the United States.

In recent weeks, several countries have disclosed cases of children strike by an inflammatory disease with symptoms similar to those of a rare condition, called Kawasaki’s disease.

“Initial reports hypothesise that this syndrome may be related to COVID-19,” WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual briefing on Friday.

“It is critical to urgently and carefully characterise this clinical syndrome, to understand causality and to describe treatment interventions.”

“Initial reports hypothesise that this syndrome may be related to COVID-19,” WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual briefing on Friday.

“It is critical to urgently and carefully characterise this clinical syndrome, to understand causality and to describe treatment interventions.”

*Tedros’s comments after a doctor in France on Friday said a nine-year-old boy there who had tested positive for COVID-19 had died from the syndrome, marking the first such death in the country.*

Close child casualties are being probed in New York and London.

Source___Aljazeera

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