COVID-19: Doctors report Kawasaki-like disease in adults

The condition appears to be 'a delayed effect of the virus', a clinician says

Two groups of New York doctors have each reported a case of Kawasaki-like disease in adults: one in a 36-year-old woman and one in a 45-year-old man.

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The Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) phenomenon that appears to be secondary to COVID-19 infection in children isn't exactly Kawasaki disease, but it looks similar, the authors note in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine.

In their report, Dr Joshua Scheers-Masters of the