6 children killed by bacterial infection in UK

6 children killed by bacterial infection in UK


6 children killed by bacterial infection in UK

According to details, the British Health Security Agency has said that six children have been killed by a Stripe A bacterial infection in the UK.

According to a British Health Security Agency statement, a bacterial infection killed five children in England and a girl in Wales.

According to foreign media reports, bacteria in Scotland or Northern Ireland have not yet confirmed any death.

According to media reports, the effects of Stroke A infection are usually not deadly. In some cases, a bacteria-infected patient gets close to death.

Symptoms of Strip A infection

According to the British Health Agency, the symptoms of Group Strip A include sore throat and skin infections, which may also cause fever, which is possible through antibiotics.

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