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Nanny Knows Best
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Thursday, April 21, 2022

Lockdowns Prime Suspect re Rise In Childrens' Acute Liver Disease


Less social mixing due to two years of covid restrictions may be a factor in an “unusual” and serious outbreak of acute liver disease among young children, scientists believe.

A total of 74 children in the UK, mostly under the age of five, have contracted a version of acute hepatitis which is not linked to normal strains of the disease, while dozens of cases have now been identified in the US, Europe and Israel. Six children in the UK have required liver transplant.

The UK Health Security Agency is expected to announce more cases shortly.

One line of inquiry by experts is a link to adenovirus, a common cold virus which can cause more serious symptoms including gastrointestinal illness in young children.

Cases of adenovirus in children were far lower than normal in 2020 and remained below the average in 2021, and experts believe it is “possible” that the lack of exposure to the virus in infants due to lockdown may have lowered their immunity, meaning they are suffering worse effects now that restrictions are lifted. 

The more you stop people from mixing, the weaker their immune systems become.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Cornish Councils Yearn for The Past - They Want Masks Back


Nanny's chums in Cornwall are yearning for the past, and over the Easter weekend have been advising holidaymakers to wear face coverings or Covid masks, as well as suggesting to continue to social distance.

Meanwhile, in the 21st century, the federal government in the USA said Monday passengers traveling on airplanes and other forms of public transportation won't be required to wear a face mask for now after a federal judge in Florida voided the mandate.

The decision Monday by U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle in Tampa says the federal mask mandate exceeded the authority of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which failed to justify the order and didn't follow proper rulemaking procedures.

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