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After 3 Children Die, a Race to Investigate a Baffling Virus Syndrome
Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley
The New York Times
May 23, 2020
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When I was a kid, I played in swamps, ate dirt and dandelions, took advantage of the sun, and suffered breaks, cuts, and bruises to my body. My friends and siblings did the same. Not one of us had a peanut allergy, baffling virus syndrome, or any other malady. Not a coincidence.
Why do doctors and scientists hate Trump?
All of these symptoms can be present with Kawasaki Disease which was identified over 50 years ago and the cause is still unknown. Supposedly it is not contagious and treatable. So what is happening in NYC? Last week an article was published stating there were 230 cases in Europe and 2 deaths. NY had 100 cases. Some of these cases in Europe and the US test negative for COVID-19. So what is going on? If it is centered in NY what are the environmental factors? I am definitely not into conspiracy theories but I am beginning to wonder if these new illnesses are from international travel and international immigration. I know before I retired from healthcare we were seeing an increase in TB cases brought in by immigrants who hadn't been medically screened. There is a reason legal immigrants entering the US in the past had to be medically cleared and not allowed to enter if ill.
Why is this appearing this late in the pandemic cycle? we've had over a million coronavirus cases in multiple nations for several months. and this suddenly shows up?
Two or three weeks ago, they said this new thing MAY be connected to the Covid 19 virus, when did it become a definite thing?
What I don't understand is how for the last 2 months they've only reported it affecting the sick and elderly. Now all of a sudden the Coronavirus switched it's target to children??? I'm beginning to notice a lot of misinformation being posted in the media.
The media and the CDC are constantly switching back and forth on who gets the virus and how to prevent it. Seems they don't even know what they're talking about.
Why is it always New York?
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It’s not immunizations, it’s the culture now. Remember when we used to play outside and were probably full of germs constantly? Well generally, kids aren’t today. With hand sanitizer and kids hardly playing outdoors anymore, of course sickness goes up. Kids are reaching adulthood and have half the immunity to natural things like we used to.
Can we at least agree to look at how New York handled this pandemic and not do that again?
In other words you have NO understanding of why they died....and its more than likely had nothing to do with the Coronavirus.
Seems like every death is attributed to Covid 19 until finding there is no actual proof(so you ignore any further stories on that particular case).
CDC just got caught inflating the numbers lol
Deaths have been classified as a COVID-19 death even after a physician or loved ones reported otherwise. And those who died “with” COVID-19 have been included in the count with those who died “of” COVID-19.
“I think a lot of clinicians are putting that condition (COVID-19) on death certificates when it might not be accurate because they died with coronavirus and not of coronavirus,” Macomb County, Mich., Chief Medical Examiner Daniel Spitz in an interview with the Ann Arbor News last month.
“Are they entirely accurate? No,” Spitz said. “Are people dying of it? Absolutely. Are people dying of other things and coronavirus is maybe getting credit? Yeah, probably.”
After 6,000 die in NY nursing homes - Cuomo finally stops sending Covid patients to recover in nursing homes
It's only been 5-3/4 months since this plague began (officially), and based upon historical information regarding ANY before unseen virus, it takes time....there will be casualties, and IF anything conclusive is found (vaccine, etc), then there will be plenty of finger-pointing and Congressional Hearings. In the meantime...I'm burned out on all this constant if, maybe, perhaps, stuff everyday, so I'm going to take a break and check back next December. My brain's ability to absorb it all now is failing spectacularly. May God bless us all as the clock moves on...
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