Hospitals in Beijing and Liaoning are grappling with a surge in sick children, with both students and teachers being affected by mysterious pneumonia outbreak.
China, still grappling with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, now confronts a new peril: an enigmatic pneumonia outbreak sweeping through schools.
This alarming situation, reminiscent of the early days of the COVID crisis, has caused a surge in hospitalizations, casting a foreboding shadow over the country’s healthcare system. Hospitals in Beijing and Liaoning, 500 miles northeast, are struggling to manage an influx of sick children, pushing their resources to the brink.
Local media reports indicate imminent school closures due to the outbreak. The affected children display unusual symptoms, such as lung inflammation and high fever, lacking the typical signs of flu, RSV, and other respiratory illnesses.
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