The mysterious “Lil’ disease” worries social networks, ARS . reacts

For several days now, many netizens have reported on Twitter a “mysterious” Disease that would affect the population Little.

Cough, chills, fever, headache… bounce, reflux From Covid-19, I looked into the matter.

New ‘night variable’?

Some might think it was a joke. However, the “Lille’s disease”, which some invoke with humor on Twitter, even assuming the arrival of a new disease. “night variable”In the end, it turned out to be dangerous.

Our colleagues from North sound Many serious messages “It seems that he noticed an increase in diseases around them, clearly approaching angina pectoris”.

Covid-19 requires, so ARS Hauts-de-France quickly looked into this phenomenon, fearing that this was a new “wave” of pollution.

“We were informed by a attending physician who observed an increase in flu-like symptoms among students in the Lille metropolitan area. After investigation, the suspicion of Covid-19 was ruled out because we were on negative PCRs”, the ARS member finally concluded with BFMTV .

Whistleblower Mechanism

“We have a lot of people with symptoms of COVID-19 despite being vaccinated and testing negative”, notes Maxim Hussain, a general practitioner at Ronk (59), join him BFMTV. “In other words, the possibility of a new variant has not yet been demonstrated”.

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However, many netizens on Twitter are convinced that this is a new “Covid group” that has appeared after A losing match in the Champions League At the Pierre Moroy stadium on Wednesday 15 September, where 32 thousand people gathered.

“Today, as soon as someone has a retort, there is the whistleblower mechanism that goes off. In 2020, it is interesting to note that searches for Covid-related symptoms on Google preceded concrete appearances and alerts at the level of ARS or general practitioners”, explains Philippe Froguel, EGID President and Geneticist, in Columns North sound.

According to a geneticist, who evokes the most a ‘Covid effect’And “Nothing shows today that something particularly happens at night”.

At the moment, the most likely hypothesis remains a return, at the end of summer, to infectious diseases such as nasopharyngitis (or cold) or tracheitis.

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