US News: 66 dead children: WHO warns all countries in front of four cough juices

Fahimi warns the federal government and countries to quickly reach further relief

 Fahimi warns the federal government and countries to quickly reach further relief The chair of the German Trade Union Confederation (DGB), Yasmin Fahimi, warns the federal government and countries in the question of the planned relief measures for the population to hurry. "I expect the federal and state governments to be agreed quickly to quickly get noticeable relief for people," Fahimi told the newspapers of the editorial network in Germany (rnd) from Wednesday.

The World Health Organization WHO warns of four cough and cold juices worldwide, which they connect with the death of 66 children in Gambia. The medication from the Indian manufacturer Maiden Pharmaceutical could not only have been sold in Gambia, the WHO emphasized in Geneva on Wednesday. They may cause acute kidney failure.

  66 tote Kinder: WHO warnt alle Länder vor vier Hustensäften © provided by Berliner Zeitung

WHO boss Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned for caution and called on all countries to "track down these products and pull them out of circulation in order to avert further damage from patients".

The Gambian Ministry of Health had asked hospitals on September 9 not to use paracetamol syrup - a month after investigators had reported the death of at least 28 children aged five months to four years by acute kidney failure.

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