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Re: CV and mad panic behaviour

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I can absolutely assure you this COVID-19 situation is far from over, driven primarily by this peripheral disease issue in children.

https://www.theage.com.au/world/europe/coronavirus-linked-children-s-disease-cases-spike-in-italy-france-20200515-p54t8k.html

This is not sensationalist reporting, in fact the issue is being almost ignored at the moment as children do not buy newspapers, watch CNN or blog right wing conspiracies.

The prospect of setting up a large portion of a whole generation to ill-health is daunting governments and health authorities, there is a long term cost issue some wish to ignore for political purposes.

As an aside, it even appears that infected asymptomatic adults can also suffer some of the symptoms. With apparently unrelated rashes and dermatitis like complaints on hands and feet all beginning to show signs of an association.

Sobering thought, lots of current AFL players have pre-school aged children, I hope the AFL and AFLPA have the liability insurance paid up!
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