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China: WHO needs data on pediatric “pneumonia clusters”

China: WHO needs data on pediatric “pneumonia clusters”

China: WHO needs data on pediatric “pneumonia clusters”

China: WHO needs data on pediatric “pneumonia clusters”

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  • WHO needs data on pediatric “pneumonia clusters.”
  • ProMed has highlighted a surge in flu-like illnesses among children.
  • Chinese authorities attribute the increase in respiratory diseases.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) has requested additional information from China regarding reports of “clusters of undiagnosed pneumonia” spreading among children in the northern part of the country.

Media reports and the global outbreak surveillance system, ProMed, have highlighted a surge in flu-like illnesses among children, leading to overwhelmed paediatric hospitals.

Chinese authorities attribute the increase in respiratory diseases to the relaxation of COVID-19 measures.

The WHO is urging China to provide more details on the situation, emphasizing the need for precautionary measures to reduce transmission.

The organization is investigating whether the reported pneumonia outbreak is linked to the overall rise in respiratory infections.

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