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Contaminated Cough Syrups Linked to Child Deaths: WHO Investigates

  • Posted on January 25, 2023
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav
Contaminated Cough Syrups :-
  Shocking reports have surfaced that the World Health Organization (WHO) is investigating links between the deaths of over 300 children and the use of contaminated cough syrups from multiple manufacturers. According to sources familiar with the issue, the WHO is looking into whether there is any connection between the manufacturers of these syrups.   Contaminated Cough Syrups Contaminated Cough Syrups The WHO is also considering issuing a global advisory for families to reassess their use of cough syrups for children. This news has sent waves of concern throughout the parenting community, as using cough syrups for children is a common practice. It has been reported that in October 2022 and earlier this month, the WHO issued specific alerts for cough syrups made by two Indian manufacturers. The syrups were linked to deaths in Gambia and Uzbekistan, respectively, and the alerts asked for the syrups to be removed from the market.   Contaminated Cough Syrups Contaminated Cough Syrups The WHO will provide more information during a news conference later today. However, parents must be aware of the potential risks associated with using cough syrups for children and exercise caution when using these products. The organisation has yet to release official statements, but parents are urged to look out for any updates from the WHO regarding this issue.  
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