‘WORN DOWN’; Kids Hit w/ Up To SEVEN Different Viruses at Once Due to Weakened Immune Systems, COVID Lockdowns and Masks Blamed

An awful lot of people in the know have been warning for the past two years that the combinations of school closings, social isolations (lockdowns) and constantly wearing facemasks would result in weakened immune systems… well, looks like they’re right.

In a fairly fascinating article for London’s the Daily Mail is noting that subject matter experts are citing increases of AMERICAN kids being diagnosed with multiple viruses at once.

Interestingly enough, in the very first paragraph of the article cites, “what experts believe is the result of their immune systems being weakened from two years of COVID lockdowns and mask-wearing.

Very odd that I’m not finding the American liberal media pointing out the obvious, unlike our British cousins.

But back to all the various viruses reported by name, here are the specific sicknesses that many of our kids are being diagnosed with just a singular virus,  or as many as all seven at once;

  • Adenovirus
  • Rhinovirus
  • Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
  • Human metapneumovirus
  • Influenza
  • Parainfluenza
  • CoronavirusBut it doesn’t end there.

Daily Mail reporter Harriet Alexander is also noting “an abnormal surge starting several weeks ago during the beginning of the summer months, normally a dead period for respiratory infections.”

Wait a sec… the summer months are supposed to be in the all-clear zone when it comes to respiratory infections, but now there’s an “abnormal surge“?

Sadly, it still doesn’t end there (emphasis mine).

Other strange patterns have emerged. The rhinovirus, known as the common cold, is normally not severe enough to send people to hospital – but now it is. RSV normally tapers off in the warmer weather, as does the influenza, but they have not.

And the Yamagata strain of flu has not been seen since early 2020 – which researchers say could because it is extinct, or perhaps just dormant and waiting for the right moment to return.

‘It’s a massive natural experiment,’ said Michael Mina, an epidemiologist and chief science officer at the digital health platform eMed, told the Post.

Mina added that the shift in what time of year Americans are seeing infections is likely due to the population’s lack of exposure to once-common viruses – making us vulnerable when they return.

‘When you have a lot of people who don’t have immunity, the impact of the season is less. It’s like free rein,’ he said.

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