Child inflammatory syndrome appears connected to COVID-19

On May 14, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a health alert on multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C.
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Yeah. Okay. We don't know everything about this virus and we've really got to be very careful particularly when it comes to children. Because the more and more we learn. Seeing things that was this virus can do deputies from the studies in China or in Europe for example right now children representing. Call ninety. Who actually a very strange inflammatory century. Recently costs are peace and. This confirmatory Sandra. Is more frightening. Then opened respiratory illness and someone's. Because. It inflames the heart. And they're still exploring this. Soul. You make a decision on the facts. What do you do when they keep changing practice. We'll caution from. Especially when it's our merchant. Okay.

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