Children from Great Britain were suspected of having hepatitis last week. There has been talk of 74 cases still pending since January. Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain are now reporting more cases.
The first cases are also in the United States. Nine children between the ages of 1 and 6 have been diagnosed with severe hepatitis in the state of Alabama. It is certain that they also have adenovirus. EA group of pathogens that can cause various diseases including the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract or cornea and cornea.
Search for the cause
Serious investigations are underway in all countries where cases of hepatitis in children have been reported. The exact cause of the disease in affected children is not yet known. However, experts in Great Britain consider it an infectious cause.
European Center for Disease Control and Prevention (ECDC) promotes the exchange of information between countries. Toxicological studies are ongoing. So far, no association has been established with the Govit-19 vaccine or with food or drink previously ingested. Laboratory tests ruled out viral hepatitis type A, B, C, D and E in all cases.
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