Record Number Of Child Hospitalizations Reported

(presidentialwire.com)- According to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a record number of youngsters are now being admitted to hospitals with common colds because of weaker immune systems.

The CDC discovered that, in August 2021, when lockdowns, masks, and social isolation peaked, a historically high proportion of inpatients under 18 were suffering from common diseases.

According to the statistics, the number of youngsters with respiratory ailments over the summer is at an all-time high. The numbers were more in keeping with December.

Hospitals in seven states, including Washington, Texas, New York, and Ohio, provided the data for compilation.

Dr. Scott Roberts, a medical director at Yale University, commented on the findings and claimed that lockdowns affected kids’ capacity to develop immunity to common infections.

The doctor said the delay gives the viruses time to mutate further and create more severe sickness, adding that “there are two consequences to this.”

He said the immunity developed against those infections will have diminished, making the immunological response considerably less. Kids are experiencing “continuous illnesses,” including his son.

The CDC data is in line with findings by Yale experts who cautioned that it is unusual to encounter youngsters with a concoction of seven common viruses, including COVID-19, adenovirus, rhinovirus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), human metapneumovirus, influenza, and parainfluenza.

As we’ve already mentioned, there has also been a worldwide outbreak of instances of pediatric hepatitis, with the media reporting that the cause is “unknown.”
Even though COVID poses almost little risk to children’s health under normal conditions, Biden administration officials have persistently pushed for children to continue wearing masks in schools, and there are still hordes of hypochondriacs forcing their children to do so.

According to a British study, many elementary school-age children have significantly underdeveloped language abilities and cannot even utter their names.

Speech therapists claim that using masks has led to a 364% rise in patient referrals for infants and young children.

Another study showed that lockdown negatively impacted verbal, physical, and cognitive development in young children born during the pandemic, with mean IQ scores falling by as much as 22 points.

Sixty thousand youngsters in the UK had severe depression as a result of lockdowns, according to a study. 400,000 British kids sought help from mental health professionals last year for issues like eating disorders and self-harm.

Another study from Germany indicated that lockdown rules were to blame for the dramatic decline in children’s reading skills.