Southampton Elementary School Closes For Cleaning After Student Sickened By Enterovirus School officials stressed that the diagnosis was not the D68 strain that killed a New Jersey boy and has sickened countless kids across the country.
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.
Dr. Max Gomez: Health Experts Look To Technology To Ease Ebola Concerns With concern over Ebola and Enterovirus-68 increasing, health experts are looking for ways to prevent the infection from spreading.
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.
CDC Confirms Hamilton, New Jersey Boy, 4, Died With Enterovirus D68The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Friday night that Enterovirus D68 was involved in the death of a 4-year-old boy in Hamilton, New Jersey last week.
2 More Enterovirus Cases Confirmed In New JerseyHealth officials say two more New Jersey children have confirmed cases of a respiratory illness that is caused by an uncommon virus.
4 New Enterovirus D68 Cases Confirmed In Suffolk CountyFour new cases of enterovirus D68 have been confirmed by state officials in Suffolk County, according to a news release Friday.
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.
Nasal Mist Recommended As Preferred Flu Vaccine For ChildrenFor the first time, government health officials are recommending Flu Mist nasal spray as the preferred vaccine for healthy children between the ages of 2 and 8 years old.
Cases Of Respiratory Virus Afflicting Children Showing Up In Tri-State Area Officials said Wednesday that a New York City child and a Long Island elementary school student have been diagnosed with enterovirus 68. Cases of the virus have also been confirmed in New Jersey and Connecticut.