Hundreds of children across America have been sickened in recent weeks by what health officials suspect is a rare respiratory virus.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes that human enterovirus 68 is at the root of the epidemic, though testing of samples has not produced a definitive answer.
The Denver Post reported that officials at Children's Hospital Colorado have treated more than 900 children for severe respiratory illnesses since August 18, with 86 admitted to the hospital.This type of virus normally effects the digestive system, but this one infects the respiratory system. This outbreak coincides with the start of the school year, with many schools being recently forced by the federal government to accommodate recently-arrived illegal alien children, and while medical personnel were forbidden to publicly discuss the condition of such children whom they have seen. Coincidence and nothing more?
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