A teacher has shared a photo of his five-year-old daughter fighting for her life in hospital with Kawasaki disease just five weeks after she beat coronavirus. Piers Roberts, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, said his daughter Scarlett’s battle with the diseases was a warning to the government against reopening schools, after Boris Johnson announced some would be reopened from June 1. Mr Roberts said his family have been left ‘broken’ after Scarlett suddenly fell ill and contracted Kawasaki disease, with the schoolgirl given just a 20 per cent chance of survival. He added that Scarlett – known to the family as ‘Moo’ – caught coronavirus in school before the lockdown and he now warns that reopening schools would turn them into ‘deaths camps’ for children. However, the World Health Organisation’s chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan insisted today that there was still no clear link between coronavirus and the rare disease. Piers Roberts, from Wakefield, Yorkshire, revealed his daughter Scarlett, five (pictured), is in hospital with Kawasaki disease after she beat coronavirus The World Health Organisation’s chief scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan insisted today that there was still no clear link between coronavirus and the rare disease Symptoms of Kawasaki disease include swollen blood vessels, fever,… Read full this story
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