• April 15, 2024

Cases Of One HORRIBLE Infection Have Tripled Since Illegal COVID Lockdowns….

As lockdown measures from the Covid-19 pandemic continue to raise questions, a sudden and alarming increase in rare brain infections among children prompts concerns about the long-term consequences of these heavy-handed policies.

As the Covid-19 pandemic unfolded, public health officials hastily imposed lockdowns, closing businesses and schools in an effort to control the virus’s spread. However, this approach may have backfired, as evidenced by a recent surge in a rare and serious brain infections among children – a consequence largely ignored by the mainstream until now.

The theory of an ‘immunity debt’ – the idea that such lockdowns could lead to a higher rate of other infections due to weakened immune systems – was largely dismissed by most scientists. However, recent reports of a significant increase in brain abscess cases among children in Nevada, with the infection rate nearly tripling in just one year, have raised alarm bells.

What begins as a simple headache and fever can quickly escalate into a severe condition, causing seizures, vision loss, muscle function impairment, and changes in mental status. Alongside this, respiratory infections have also seen a spike in children since the Covid-19 lockdowns, with an ‘explosion’ of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) cases in the fall and winter of 2022.

Pediatric neurosurgeons familiar with the sudden surge in cases deem it highly unusual and have communicated their concerns to the CDC, which has launched an investigation. Despite the CDC presenting their findings on Thursday, the reason behind the increase in brain abscess cases, predominantly among male children, remains unclear.

The Daily Mail reports that health officials are now sounding the alarm over the spike in rare and serious brain abscesses among children in and around Las Vegas, Nevada. Experts from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating the spate of cases, while doctors nationwide have also observed a rise in cases.

In Nevada alone, the number of brain abscesses in minors tripled last year, jumping from an average of four or five a year to 18. Dr. Taryn Bragg, a pediatric neurosurgeon and associate professor at the University of Utah who treats these cases, told CNN she had “never seen anything like it” in her 20 years of experience.

Physicians are unsure of the cause behind the rise in cases, but they speculate that it could be due to weakened immunity resulting from Covid measures such as lockdowns. Dr. Bragg was able to identify the pattern and alert local public health officials, as she is the only pediatric neurosurgeon in Nevada.

This alarming trend highlights the potential consequences of the heavy-handed lockdown measures imposed by some public health officials and policymakers. As more evidence emerges, it becomes increasingly apparent that a more measured and balanced approach could have been taken to protect both public health and the long-term well-being of our children. The current administration must take these findings seriously and carefully reassess their pandemic response strategies to avoid further harm to our nation’s youth.

Sources: 100percentfedup, DailyMail

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