Why are children 'missing' from coronavirus outbreak cases?

Feb 11, 2020
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Is it possible that the virus originated from mice? I remember in the 90s when I was 25 years old that doctors could not record my T3 and T4 because they had to inject my blood into a mouse to obtain an allergic reaction. They could never obtain the correct reaction from my blood because as an adult I had some sort of mice immunity. The doctors said at the time, "Only kids under 10 have this sort of immunity, that disappears later. You are a rare case." So if most kids have this natural immunity to mice, can they have this natural immunity to Coronavirus, and if so, are they related immunity?
 
Feb 12, 2020
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The cause of death is hypercytokinemia. Probably, the cytokine production in adult is much stronger than children. Children immune system is not fully developed and produce "just nice" level of inflammatory genes (cytokines).
 
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Feb 13, 2020
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The cause of death is hypercytokinemia. Probably, the cytokine production in adult is much stronger than children. Children immune system is not fully developed and produce "just nice" level of inflammatory genes (cytokines).
I'm wondering if photochemical oxydation of primary pollutants isn't messing around with the immune response increasing oxydative stress and causing the increased inflammation.
 
Feb 13, 2020
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Since children are, presumably, growing/regenerating cells at higher rate than adults, is it possible that the net of cells destroyed/compromised by the virus is lower in children and therefore results in less severe problems?
 
Feb 15, 2020
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Flu kills 630,000 per year. Yet who stops travelling when you hear of it? Did any stop travelling to the US last time it was killing so many?
lack of knowledge is lack of power!
the RO rate of the flu meaning retransmission how many people each person with the flu will get sick is between 1.0 to 2.0 the RO of covid19 2.5 to 3.5
flu kills .05 percent of people who get it covid19 again between 2 to 3.5 percent of people who get it die while all the facts aren't known and some are debate able if covid19 spreads like the flu it will kill millions of people and it definitely seems to have the ability to spread alot better than the flu. and besides for the above the amount of severe hospitalization is 20 percent for covid19 for the flu out of 40 million American 200,000 hospitalization that's not 20 percebt
 
Feb 15, 2020
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while not everything coming out of chine can be trusted and the article may be true I personally have seen clips from inside Wuhan of lined up corpses of children did I use scientific method to verify the clips no but did they seem legit yes ..the data china is providing the USA isn't either legit
 
Feb 15, 2020
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Flu kills 630,000 per year. Yet who stops travelling when you hear of it? Did any stop travelling to the US last time it was killing so many?
630,000 worldwide???? Could you cite your sources? At its peak, «2009 H1N1 Flu Pandemic – about 18,300 deaths in the United States and up to 203,000 deaths worldwide».
 
Feb 17, 2020
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We have to be careful of jumping to unwarranted conclusions. Two things to keep in mind. First is the nature of the reporting coming out of China. I seriously doubt we are getting the true story from China.

Second is the population we see exposed to the coronavirus. Most of the travelers and tourist are adults. Children are being evacuated from Wuhan, but no mention of the number. I suspect that number is low. Or the 350 Americans evacuated from cruise ship in Japan. I think most of them were elderly with few if any children. Adults brought back to the United States are isolated and have little chance of spreading coronavirus to the general population which include children.

I'm not so sure of the children's super immunity theory. "Since 2014, federal health officials have confirmed over 500 cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) in the United States―a very rare but serious illness that can cause sudden polio-like symptoms such as weak muscles and paralysis. Most of these cases have been in children around 5 years old." Or the illegal immigrate children getting sick in custody.
 
Feb 18, 2020
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Fake news. Leaked videos show lots of dead children. These articles are misleading to the public. CDC has gag order on many states right now. Wake up and search for the truth.
 
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Fake news. Leaked videos show lots of dead children. These articles are misleading to the public. CDC has gag order on many states right now. Wake up and search for the truth.
I agree with you. "I seriously doubt we are getting the true story from China."

However I can't find anything that says otherwise. Your source?
 
Feb 20, 2020
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If children were dying from the virus it would be all over Chinese social media....... and it's not! Children are top of the totem pole here in China. If you are an adult on public transport and a child comes along, you give up your seat to the child. Link to the video of the corpses of children. The fact is, there is a lot of fake news all over the internet on this virus.
 
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"Children are top of the totem pole here in China. " I agree. I would think that if children were dying at an alarming rate, that would be the last thing their government would want out. I think children at risk would be the straw that broke the camel's back when it comes to people dissatisfaction with the government.

What we are seeing here in the West are mainly adults, with the exception of an unknown number of children that were evacuated from Wuhan.
 
Feb 21, 2020
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Is it possible that the virus originated from mice? I remember in the 90s when I was 25 years old that doctors could not record my T3 and T4 because they had to inject my blood into a mouse to obtain an allergic reaction. They could never obtain the correct reaction from my blood because as an adult I had some sort of mice immunity. The doctors said at the time, "Only kids under 10 have this sort of immunity, that disappears later. You are a rare case." So if most kids have this natural immunity to mice, can they have this natural immunity to Coronavirus, and if so, are they related immunity?
NO THE VIRUS HAS BEEN SHOWN TO ORIGINATE FROM BATS AND CHINESE COBRA INFECTED BY DROPPINGS AND SNAKE MEAT SOLD IN MARKETS.THE FIRST IMMUNE RESPONSE IS ALWAYS MACROPHAGES,MONOCYTES THAT PROCESS ANTIGEN AND PRESENT THE PIECES TO B LYMPHOCYTES OR T LYMPHOCYTES FOR PRODUCTION OF IMMUNOGLOBULINS BY B CEELS OR CELLULAR IMMUNITY BY T CELLS IN THE FORM OF KILLER T CELLS ALSO CALLED NULL CELLS.THE T4/T8 CELLS ARE RE TERMED HELPER AND SUPPRESSOR CELLS RESPECTIVELY FOR PRODUCTION OF ANTIBODIES BY B CELLS AS THE PROCESSED ANTIGEN PRESENTED TO B CELLS.THESE CELLS FIRST PRODUCED BY THYMUS GLAND THAT IS WHY T IS ADDED BUT MATURE IN BONE MARROW.VIRAL DEFENSE IS MAINLY CELLULAR AND IT IS INTERESTING WHY CORONA VIRUS DOES NOT AFFECT CHILDREN STUDIES CAN GIVE US CLUE AS THEY MAY BE MAKING KILLER T CELLS MORE RAPIDLY.STUDIES OF PATIENTS SURVIVORS CAN GIVE ANSWERS.CYTOKINES ARE CHEMICALS RELEASED FROM CELLS STUDY OF THEM MAY GIVE CLUE
 
Feb 13, 2020
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I was thinking more along the lines that children's lymphatic system is still capable of correctly functioning because it hasn't been intoxicated for decades by the polluted air that everyone is breathing.
 
Feb 25, 2020
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Is it possible that the virus originated from mice? I remember in the 90s when I was 25 years old that doctors could not record my T3 and T4 because they had to inject my blood into a mouse to obtain an allergic reaction. They could never obtain the correct reaction from my blood because as an adult I had some sort of mice immunity. The doctors said at the time, "Only kids under 10 have this sort of immunity, that disappears later. You are a rare case." So if most kids have this natural immunity to mice, can they have this natural immunity to Coronavirus, and if so, are they related immunity?
Just curious as to why they were testing your Thyroid levels in mice?? Was it experimental?
 
Feb 27, 2020
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Flu kills 630,000 per year. Yet who stops travelling when you hear of it? Did any stop travelling to the US last time it was killing so many?
Some reasons include:

1. The mortality rate of coronavirus so far is roughly 3-4 times higher than for the flu.
2. The flu typically kills people over the age of 65. If you are otherwise healthy and under 65, you are highly unlikely to die of the flu. But coronavirus is killing people in their 40’s and 50’s, and even younger.
3. There is no vaccination for coronavirus yet. You can be vaccinated for the flu and then be much safer if exposed while traveling.
4. Coronavirus has the potential to become a worldwide epidemic beyond anything we have experienced in our lifetimes. First, it could still mutate and become more deadly. And second, it has features that enable to spread easily, including that some people can have it without symptoms, so they don’t stay home and unwittingly affect others. So until we have a vaccination, authorizes are going to have to go to great lengths to try to contain it if we don’t want to risk massive loss of life.
 
Jan 13, 2020
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Adults, even healthy young adults, are felled by the new coronavirus 2019-nCoV much more readily than children. Here's why.

Why are children 'missing' from coronavirus outbreak cases? : Read more
Ye strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. This condemnation or woe was directed at the pharisees who were elderly, white men, religious leaders of that day. In today's language, the gnat is the mosquito that causes the WNV. So therefore little children are not involved.
 
Jan 23, 2020
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Agree. I'm not sure why so many are questioning your numbers when it so easy to fact check.

Yet seasonal influenza kills up to 650 000 people every year.
Yep, WHO - right there on their website for which you supplied the link - nfluenza may not always be thought of by most people as a serious illness – the symptoms of headaches, runny nose, cough and muscle pain can make people confuse it with a heavy cold. Yet seasonal influenza kills up to 650 000 people every year.
 
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Some reasons include:

1. The mortality rate of coronavirus so far is roughly 3-4 times higher than for the flu.
2. The flu typically kills people over the age of 65. If you are otherwise healthy and under 65, you are highly unlikely to die of the flu. But coronavirus is killing people in their 40’s and 50’s, and even younger.
3. There is no vaccination for coronavirus yet. You can be vaccinated for the flu and then be much safer if exposed while traveling.
4. Coronavirus has the potential to become a worldwide epidemic beyond anything we have experienced in our lifetimes. First, it could still mutate and become more deadly. And second, it has features that enable to spread easily, including that some people can have it without symptoms, so they don’t stay home and unwittingly affect others. So until we have a vaccination, authorizes are going to have to go to great lengths to try to contain it if we don’t want to risk massive loss of life.
So far, with the exception of the one case in Washington state, we are not getting the facts on the people who are dying from the CV19. The death in Washington was an individual who had other serious health issues and CV just put him over the edge. Healthcare in China is not what it is here and socialized medicine in Europe and other countries is not an effective healthcare either. So the people you see dying are not recipients of good healthcare to begin with and any disease will take a greater toll on those individuals. If nothing else, this whole CV-19 incident should be a wake up call to run away from socialized everything. If you lived in the socialized countries today, you would not be able to run to the store and "stock up" because there would be no stock.
 
Mar 2, 2020
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Flu kills 630,000 per year. Yet who stops travelling when you hear of it? Did any stop travelling to the US last time it was killing so many?
Well we have quite a time dealing with influenza and is pretty managable, the influenza virus most likely will kill people with very low immunty most of them very old people,but the coronavirus is new we still have a lot to learn from this virus,not having travel retstriction would help the virus spread more eaisly , and more people would die and the effects would be quite devestating for low income countries,considering that a high number of people do not have access to drinking water is easy to imagine what a coronvirus spread amongst those people would do.
I personally think travel restriction
helps by slowing down the rate of spread wich would give people more time to study the virus, and comeup with and effective treatment possibly a cure.
 

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