Hospital sets patient record as children’s virus spreads

Now, whatever could be causing the spread of this virus? Please read below from the Naval medical research center.

US Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Lima, Perú

“Our subjects had a median age of 3 years and a 1.2:1.0 male:female ratio. HRV was identified in 16% and HEV was identified in 3%. HRVs accounted for a higher frequency of isolates in those of younger age, in particular children < 1 years old. HRV-C accounted for 38% of all HRVs detected. Phylogenetic analysis revealed a high proportion of recombinant strains between HRV-A/HRV-C and between HEV-A/HEV-B. In addition, both EV-D68 and EV-A71 were identified.
In Latin America as in other regions, HRVs and HEVs account for a substantial proportion of respiratory viruses identified in young people with ILI, a finding that provides additional support for the development of pharmaceuticals and vaccines targeting these pathogens.”

How about that? EV-D68 is the strain spreading here.

2 responses to “Hospital sets patient record as children’s virus spreads

  1. You are doing great work with this. Keep that shit up. The border is a serious fucking issue. Those lines on our map are there for a reason. If we keep it up, we’ll all have some sort of third world disease or virus before it’s over…

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