In South Yorkshire, in England, child newborn identified as Noah Tindle was infected by virus with herpes a simple day of baptism, after receiving hundreds kisses on the guests' faces.
Ashleigh White, mother of a child, noticed that the days after admission his son had a swollen right eye, with days when he was filled with blisters and had to be hospitalized, after several tests the doctors confirmed that the child had contracted virus with herpes simple (HSV-1), better known as the "kiss of death".
"The virus He was in his eyelid, but we were able to detect him before he could get into the bloodstream, though he could not open his eyes for many days – said the boy's mother on the local carrier.
Later in the publication in Facebookhe asked people who know him herpes Do not kiss children because they have no defense to protect themselves.
It is worth mentioning that there are cases of children who died in similar cases.