ECDC & WHO: Joint statement on hepatitis in kids

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The World Health Organisation have issued a joint statement with the ECDC on the recent cases of hepatitis in children.  It seems that both organisations are determined to continue with the pretence that the cause of these hepatitis cases is unknown, when the answer can be found in their own report.

Serology results for SARS-CoV-2 were only available for 19 cases, of which 14 (73.7%) had a positive finding.


After one month of first flagging this problem, why are serology results only available for 19 cases?

Is sacrificing children’s lives and children’s health the price humanity is willing to pay to allow SARS-CoV-2 to rip through schools with no mitigations in place? Apparently it is.

Joint EHDC-WHO Regional office for Europe – Hepatitis of Unknown Origin in Children Surveillance Bulletin









“Email conversations and statements from the State Epidemiologist and others show that they at least speculated on the use of children to acquire herd-immunity, while at the same time publicly claiming children played a negligible role in transmission and did not become ill”

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** This post was originally published on May 15, 2022 **