As we reported yesterday, a Montana child has contracted the virus that’s suspected of sickening hundreds of children in at least 10 states. That child fell ill in Yellowstone County.
The state health department is sending samples from other suspected cases to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention for further testing.
Experts say enterovirus D68 can be tricky to both diagnose and treat.
It can cause mild cold-like symptoms including runny noses, coughing and wheezing.