WHO: More Than 900 Cases Of Mystery Hepatitis In Children Reported

by | Jun 29, 2022 | Headline News

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    The World Health Organization has said that there are over 900 cases of mysterious hepatitis in children that have been reported. The origins of the hepatitis are “unknown” to the medical establishment.

    A total of 33 countries have reported mysterious hepatitis the WHO said in a press release on Friday. The health agency said the latest update on the outbreak is an increase of 270 cases since it published data last month that revealed 650 cases of severe acute hepatitis were diagnosed in children between April 5 and May 26.

    The majority of the cases are in Europe, totaling 460, with 267 from the United Kingdom alone. About one-third of the probable cases are reported in the United States, according to a report by the Epoch Times. 

    The outbreak was first reported in Britain in April and has since then hit dozens of other countries. Of the 422 cases in which gender and age-related information are available, close to half occurred in males, with most of them under 6 years of age, according to the report.

    The WHO said 45 children with acute hepatitis have required liver transplants, and there have been 18 deaths, most of them occurring in the Americas region.

    Scientists and “experts” have theorized that there may be a link to COVID-19, yet won’t dare look at whether the vaccines had anything to do with this.

    Hepatitis Spreads As Rulers Declare Its Origins Are “Unknown”

    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 European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control stated. –RT

    Health officials in the United States said infection with adenovirus, a common childhood virus called F41, could be the leading hypothesis for most probable cases.

    Adenovirus, a viral infection that usually causes the common cold, was detected in 75 percent of confirmed cases tested in the UK in April, according to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA). “The leading hypotheses remain those which involve adenovirus; however, we continue to investigate the potential role of SARS-CoV-2 and work on ruling out any toxicological component,” the UKHSA stated at the time.

    Hepatitis is a term that refers to inflammation of the liver and is generally caused by a viral infection. The viruses hepatitis A, B, and C are commonly associated with the condition, although officials say that liver inflammation can also be caused by long-term or heavy alcohol usage, drug overdoses, prescription drugs, and over-the-counter drugs like acetaminophen, and toxins. –TheEpoch Times. 

    There seem to be quite a few outbreaks of different diseases lately. Stay prepared for anything because this had the potential to spiral out of control quickly, especially because the rulers will see all of this as an opportunity to force inject the masses and get them submissive to a state of medical tyranny.


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