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Non-Polio Enteroviruses

Non-polio enteroviruses are very common and can infect anyone. Most people who get infected with these viruses do not get sick or they only have mild illness, like the common cold. But some people can have serious complications, especially infants and people with weakened immune systems… More

Non-Polio Enterovirus Topics

About Non-Polio Enteroviruses

Describes the viruses, how they spread, symptoms, prevention, treatment…

Pregnancy & Non-Polio Enterovirus Infection

Explains the risk of non-polio enterovirus infection to pregnant women…

Outbreaks & Surveillance

Information about the times of the year that non-polio enteroviruses commonly cause infections and cause outbreaks…

For Health Care Professionals

Information about laboratory diagnosis…

Laboratory Testing

Information about laboratory tests and protocols, specimen collection, storage, and shipping…

Resources & References

Links to surveillance systems and scientific articles…

Keep your child from getting and spreading Enterovirus D68
What Parents Need to Know about EV-D68 and Respiratory Illness, CDC

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