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Written by Marsela Shytia 30 Nëntor 2023
China's healthcare system is once again in the spotlight as a wave of pneumonia cases sweeps across the country, particularly affecting children. A sudden surge in sick children and a report suggesting widespread clusters of undiagnosed respiratory illnesses prompted the World Health Organization to seek more details to ease concerns that a new pathogen - something like Covid-19 - was the source of the explosions. For anyone outside China, reports of respiratory disease outbreaks have brought back memories of the early days of the Covid pandemic, which first emerged as mysterious cases of pneumonia in the city of Wuhan in 2019 and whose origins are not known. never definitively defined. And now the fear is back and Europe has quite a few reasons to worry.
Alert in the Netherlands
An alarming increase in cases of pneumonia in children has been discovered in the Netherlands, writes "Daily Mail". Dutch health experts say they are mostly people between the ages of five and 14. The data show that rates of the disease, which can be life-threatening, are now almost double the peak recorded last year. The news comes as China grapples with rising cases of mysterious pneumonia, with media reporting that hospitals are "overwhelmed with sick children". Videos reminiscent of scenes from the darkest days of Covid show healthcare workers in protective suits, gloves and masks spraying disinfectant in schools, corridors and in open spaces. Officials in Beijing say no new virus is to blame, but claim the increase is the result of a stronger-than-usual wave of seasonal illnesses as the country faces its first winter without Covid restrictions.
But UK health officials say they will wait for a definitive conclusion on what is causing so many illnesses The Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL) said that since August, an increased number of pneumonia patients have already been observed who visit their GP. Pneumonia is usually caused by a bacterial or viral infection, and recovery usually occurs within two weeks. The main symptoms are cough, shortness of breath and fever. However, some people can get very sick, especially those over 65, infants or young children, and those with lung disease. Professor Ian Jones, a virologist at the University of Reading, said it was "not clear why" the Netherlands was seeing an increase in pneumonia cases. "It could be a local seasonal epidemic that happened to coincide with the cases in China. "Pneumonia can have many causes," he said.
Officials in Beijing first reported the rise in respiratory illnesses during a Nov. 13 press conference, which they attributed to the lifting of Covid restrictions. But Maria Van Kerkhove, acting director of the WHO department for preparedness and prevention of epidemics and pandemics, said the increase in the number of cases is not higher than the pre-Covid level. She said the increase in the overall number of cases appears to be due to an increase in children infected with seasonal viruses and there is no indication of a new pathogen. Many commentators point out that this increase in illness is strikingly similar to reports that appeared shortly before the Covid pandemic, which China was accused of trying to cover up. Although China insists it can cope with the sudden increase in the disease, local media are reporting that hospitals are "overwhelmed with sick children". The Beijing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said more than 3,500 patients with respiratory infections were admitted to Beijing Children's Hospital. A pediatric worker at Friendship Hospital in Beijing said emergency cases wait up to 24 hours for examination.