PARENTS have been warned to watch for changes in skin color and bloodshot eyes which are both are both signs of an inflammatory condition linked to coronavirus.
Governor Cuomo said two more children have fallen ill with a dangerous inflammatory likened to Kawasaki Disease in New York on Wednesday, upping cases to 102 with three deaths.
Speaking at a COVID-19 press briefing in Watertown, Cuomo told reporters that 14 other states and five European countries are also investigating confirmed cases and urged parents to be on high alert.
Yesterday, he said 100 children had fallen victim to the condition likened Kawasaki Disease in-state after two boys in NYC and Westchester County and a Suffolk County teenage girl died from it.
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