Children more likely to have severe inflammation after Omicron

 Children are more likely to have severe inflammation after Omicron

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A new report shows that the Omicron strain resulted in a cross-section of PIMS and neurological symptoms in children. Arutz Sheva reports this.

PIMS is a multi-system inflammation that can lead to serious organ damage or even death.

In addition, there are reports from around the world that the children developed encephalitis during the illness and also about two weeks after recovery from Omicron. Seizures in children have been documented in the United States and Africa.

The report states that unvaccinated children are more likely to experience seizures.

The authors of the report also noted a recent study published by the Centers US Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which showed that vaccines reduce a child's risk of developing PIMS by 91%.

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