A Michigan toddler has died from complications of enterovirus D68 in an outbreak that spans more than 40 states, where it has sickened about 500 people, killing at least five and causing paralysis in dozens. Enterovirus is in a family of viruses that includes poliovirus and rhinovirus. People infected with enterovirus display symptoms similar to those of the common cold – fever, sneezing, running nose and coughing – which can progress to a serious respiratory illness. The virus is common and most of the estimated 10 to 15 million people in the United States who become infected recover without treatment. ... Read More
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