1. Five total cases of COVID-linked syndrome found in Richmond-area kids, more are being investigated  Richmond.com
  2. Rare, sometimes fatal COVID-related illness is affecting children  ABC27
  3. Local 12-year-old battles rare, children-specific COVID-19 complication  Citizen Times
  4. 5 cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome identified in Richmond-area children  WWBT NBC12 News
  5. MIS-C holiday wave winding down, another on way?  Boston 25 News
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Five cases of an inflammatory syndrome that targets young people weeks after a coronavirus infection have been found in the Richmond area. More are still being investigated.Five cases of an inflammatory syndrome that targets young people weeks after a coronavirus infection have been found in the Richmond area. More are still being investigated.

Five total cases of COVID-linked syndrome found in Richmond-area kids, more are being investigated | Richmond Local News | richmond.com

A Burnsville 12-year-old is at home recovering after spending more than a week in intensive care when he came down with a rare COVID-19 complication.A Burnsville 12-year-old is at home recovering after spending more than a week in intensive care when he came down with a rare COVID-19 complication.

Burnsville 12-year-old battles rare, child-specific COVID-19 complication

Thirty deaths have been attributed to the syndrome.Thirty deaths have been attributed to the syndrome.

Rare, sometimes fatal COVID-related illness is affecting children

The Virginia Department of Health is investigating a few cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C), a new health condition associated with COVID-19, in the Richmond area after five cases were confirmed. The Virginia Department of Health is investigating a few cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C), a new health condition associated with COVID-19, in the Richmond area after five cases w…

5 confirmed cases of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome found in Richmond-area children | 8News

The five cases were identified in the Chickahominy, Chesterfield and Richmond/Henrico health districts between October 2020 and Feb. 18, 2021.The five cases were identified in the Chickahominy, Chesterfield and Richmond/Henrico health districts between October 2020 and Feb. 18, 2021.

5 cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome identified in Richmond-area children

When it comes to MultiSystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children [MIS-C], doctors can tell you when it happens and what it generally looks like. As for why it happens, that is still a puzzle.When it comes to MultiSystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children [MIS-C], doctors can tell you when it happens and what it generally looks like. As for why it happens, that is still a puzzle.

MIS-C holiday wave winding down, another on way?