Is there a relationship between Kawasaki Disease and COVID 19?

May 09, 2020
Mysterious deaths of children in America Mysterious deaths of children in America Source de l'image: - google

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- With the slow decline of the Coronavirus in New York State, signs of an inflammatory disease whose symptoms appear close to "Kawasaki disease", most likely linked to the Covid 19 virus, have begun.

The symptoms of rash, diarrhea, and vomiting have cleared 73 children, and health authorities are investigating the child's death and other infections.

The American "CBS" channel reported that a seven-year-old boy died last week in a New York suburb, after similar symptoms.

Dozens of similar cases have been registered in the United States, as well as in France, Britain, Italy, and Spain, of children who have symptoms of a rare "Kawasaki disease".

The affiliation of this disease to "COVID 19" has not been officially confirmed, but scientists suggest that.

The disease, which first appeared in 1967 in Japan, affects young children in particular, and its source is unknown, but it can be linked to pathogenic, genetic, and immunological factors.

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