Acute inflammatory syndrome, which was previously recorded in children and associated with COVID-19, was found in adults. This is evidenced by data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
It is noted that adults who have recovered from coronavirus can develop inflammatory syndrome MIS-A, which is a complication of coronavirus in children and adolescents.
“Since June 2020, several reports have been published that have reported this type of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in adults (MIS-A),” the report said.
Patients who did not have acute respiratory diseases developed problems with the heart and gastrointestinal tract, in particular arrhythmias and abdominal pain.