Multiple cases of acute hepatitis in children have been reported in Europe over the past few days, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) said in a statement on Monday. The problem is not that there are Hepatitis cases popping up everywhere. The problem is that the origins are “unknown.”
The rulers have no idea how people are coming down with these mysterious hepatitis cases. The United Kingdom was the first to report the issue and had accumulated the most cases to date. All the cases in Britain were “presented clinically with severe acute hepatitis, with increased levels of liver enzymes,” while some of the patients also “reported gastrointestinal symptoms, including abdominal pain, diarrhea, and vomiting in the preceding weeks.”
“Following the reports of cases of acute hepatitis of unknown origin by the UK Health Security Agency, additional cases in children have been reported in Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Spain,” the ECDC stated. In addition, nine cases of acute hepatitis among children ages one to six have been found in the United States in the state of Alabama. The transatlantic cases have also tested positive for adenovirus and it was not immediately clear whether or not they are somehow related to the European outbreak.
The important thing to note on this one is the control of the narrative has begun. A UK incident team investigating the cases has suggested that they might have been caused by “an infectious agent or a possible toxic exposure,” according to a report by RT.
The investigators have already ruled out possibilities that the outbreak might be linked to coronavirus vaccines since the children infected had little in common altogether.
“No link to the COVID-19 vaccine was identified and detailed information collected through a questionnaire to cases about food, drink, and personal habits failed to identify any common exposure,” the ECDC stated. –RT
Investigations are allegedly ongoing.