This is the horrific situation of people infecting people.
In Brazil more than 400,000 have died since the start of the pandemic and within the last 24 hours 3K+ deaths have been reported.
Sadly, 1,300 babies have died. Innocent babies caught between the world disorder and human error.
Can you imagine the future for the children of the world, if families are wiped out at this rate, and their livelihood shattered?
When to seek help
While coronavirus is infectious to children, it is rarely serious. If your child is unwell it is likely to be a non-coronavirus illness, rather than coronavirus itself.
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health advises parents seek URGENT help (call 111 or go to A&E) if their child is:
- Becoming pale, mottled and feeling abnormally cold to the touch
- Has pauses in their breathing (apnoeas), has an irregular breathing pattern or starts grunting
- Has severe difficulty in breathing, becoming agitated or unresponsive
- Is going blue round the lips
- Has a fit/seizure
- Becomes extremely distressed (crying inconsolably despite distraction), confused, very lethargic (difficult to wake) or unresponsive
- Develops a rash that does not disappear with pressure (the ‘Glass test’)
- Has testicular pain, especially in teenage boys
Be safe with your children. You owe it to them.