The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating whether limb weakness and paralysis in nine children could be connected to the far-reaching outbreak of the respiratory disease Enterovirus 68.
The CDC released a statement today saying nine children in Denver had reported a neurologic illness that led to some limb weakness or paralysis. Six of the eight children tested were found to be positive for a rhinovirus or enterovirus and four of those cases were found to be the Enterovirus 68.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joins us from Texas with details.
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