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PMIS mystery illness with possible links to COVID-19 attacks children

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 15 May, 2020
  • PMIS mystery illness with possible links to COVID-19 attacks children

At the onset COVID-19 it appeared that young people were largely spared from the virus. Now, doctors believe that a rare, mysterious illness appearing in children, dubbed Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome could be linked to the Virus. 

Children have died in New York and in some European countries. To find out more about this rare yet serious illness we had Dr. Bhurji a pediatrician tell us more about it. 

Here is Dr Bhurji. 

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