Enterovirus Ruled Out For Hamilton PreschoolerAuthorities have determined that a second child who attended a New Jersey preschool where a child died of enterovirus D68 did not have the respiratory illness.
Officials: Enterovirus D68 Confirmed At Bound Brook High SchoolSymptoms of Enterovirus D68 inlcude cough, runny nose, sneezing and more. They are generally considered to be similar to flu.
Officials Warning Parents After Enterovirus Reported At Elizabeth, NJ, Public SchoolIn a letter to parents on the school district's website, school officials say the virus was reported at Juan Pablo Duarte-José Julián Martí School No. 28.
Southampton Elementary School To Close Wednesday After Case Of EnterovirusOfficials emphasized however that the student did not have the D68 strain which killed 4-year-old Eli Waller of Hamilton, N.J.
Family Sets Up Foundation After Eli Waller, 4, Dies Of Enterovirus D68The anguished family of 4-year-old Eli Waller of Hamilton, New Jersey spoke Friday for the first time since the boy died of the infamous Enterovirus D68.
Mayor De Blasio: Doctors Watchful For Enterovirus D68 In NYCMayor Bill de Blasio, a mild asthmatic himself, says doctors are watchful for D68, especially keeping an eye on asthmatics with particularly severe symptoms.
Another Hamilton Student Tested For Enterovirus Following Classmate's DeathEli Waller, who attended Yardville Elementary School, died at home on Sept. 25.
Statement From Father Of New Jersey Boy Who Died From Enterovirus D68The father of the New Jersey boy who died after suffering from Enterovirus D68 released a statement on Sunday.
Hamilton Parents Seek Answers At School Meeting Following Death Of Child With Enterovirus D68Preschooler Eli Waller, who attended Yardville Elementary School in Hamilton, died at home on Sept. 28.
CDC: 4-Year-Old NJ Boy Who Died Had Enterovirus D68So far, New Jersey has nine confirmed cases of the virus in Camden, Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Essex, Passaic and Sussex counties.
Officials Investigate Whether Enterovirus D68 Caused N.J. 4-Year-Old's DeathA New Jersey pre-schooler is dead after suffering an unidentified illness, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will test to see if the now-infamous enterovirus D68 might have been the cause.