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  • 2 elementary school students in Korea died after COVID-19 infection, neither had underlying medical conditions… never vaccinated
2 elementary school students in Korea died after COVID-19 infection, neither had underlying medical conditions… never vaccinated
Last month, an elementary school student diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus in Sejong, South Korea, died the next day after being hospitalized and receiving treatment.

An elementary school student living in Anyang also died the next day after being diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus.

According to the city of Anyang and other sources on August 1st, a first-grade boy living in the area was diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus through a rapid antigen test at a local hospital around July 15th. The boy visited an emergency hospital around 5:00 a.m. the day after he was diagnosed with the virus, with symptoms such as a high fever, but his symptoms worsened thereafter. He was confirmed dead while being transferred to a university hospital in Seongnam.

The boy had no underlying medical conditions and had not been vaccinated.

In addition, another elementary school student died in Sejong City.

A 3rd grade girl living in the city was infected with the COVID-19 virus. On July 15th, the child underwent a rapid antigen test at a local hospital and was confirmed to be infected with the virus. She was immediately transferred to an emergency hospital, but her condition worsened. Early the next day, she was transferred to an intensive care unit for treatment, but her condition did not improve, and she died around 8:00 pm on 16th.

The girl who died had no underlying medical conditions and had not been vaccinated.

At the time, an official from Sejong City explained, "The hospital announced its findings that multiple organ failure caused by the COVID-19 virus was suspected."

Published : 2022/08/06 09:38 KST



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