In South Yorkshire, in Englanda child newborn identified as Noah Tindle infected by virus of herpes single day of his baptism, after receiving hundreds kissing on his face by the guests.
Ashleigh White, the baby's mother, noticed that days after the feast his son had a swollen right eye, with the days filled with blisters and was in hospital, after several tests, the doctors approved that the child had arrived virus of herpes simple (HSV-1), more commonly known as "kiss of death".
"The virus It was in the eyelid, but we managed to detect it before it could enter the bloodstream, even though he couldn't open his eyes for days, said the boy's mother to a local media.
Later in a publication in Facebook, he asked people who know he has herpes Do not kiss babies as they do not have defense to protect themselves.
It is worth mentioning that there are cases of infants who have died in similar cases.