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A 12-year-old girl has become the first child to talk to the press about having a rare multisystem inflammatory syndrome that has been seen in over 100 children worldwide in recent months.
Juliet Daly, from Louisiana, went into cardiac arrest and required CPR.
One of her doctors said she “was about as close to death as you can get.”
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A 12-year-old from Louisiana has survived a cardiac arrest linked to the coronavirus and a rare inflammatory disorder that has been seen in clusters of children around the world since the pandemic began.
Juliet Daly has made a full recovery after doctors performed two minutes of CPR to revive her.
The medical team later told her father, Sean Daly, that Juliet was suffering from the same multisystem inflammatory syndrome that over 100 children have recently been diagnosed with, including dozens