Mother of baby who died from COVID-19 warns parents

Mother of the infant who died from the coronavirus, Rendon: doctors assured that the baby would not be infected in the United States, turned to parents with a warning – Angelina Rendon urged to closely monitor who they trust their children, writes The Sun.

The woman noted that doctors have repeatedly assured her that the boy is completely healthy and that nothing will happen to him. “I don’t know how many times the doctor told me“ don’t worry, your child will not catch COVID-19, ”however, unfortunately, it did happen,” she said in an interview with reporters from the KCRA3 TV channel.

Addressing the parents, she urged to monitor who their children are in contact with. “It can start with a little kiss from someone you know who can be asymptomatic,” she said, adding that the virus “destroyed the body” of her child. The woman clarified that little Tyler died in February 2021.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), by November 25, 2021, 6.9 million children were diagnosed with coronavirus infection. It is noted that in the United States over the past 16 weeks, there are more than 100 thousand children infected with COVID-19. The indicator is 17 percent of all patients with coronavirus in the country. And although it is generally believed that the disease is milder in minors, representatives of the AAP insist on additional research in this direction.

Earlier it was reported that a resourceful resident of the Italian city of Biella, who wanted to acquire a COVID certificate without vaccination , came up with a clever trick to avoid vaccination, but failed. The man bought a silicone prosthesis and tried to pass it off as his hand.