(WISH) – Today, 286 cases are possible in the United States of America, according to United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
News 8 Information on AFM in October.
A total of 116 cases of stroke-like illness have been confirmed, known as AFM, which cause sudden paralysis. More than 10 cases were reported more than a week ago. More than 170 cases of AFM are being investigated.
More than 90% of 440-year-olds over 440 have had children under 4 years of age since 2014. Most of the recovered sexually transmitted infants had symptoms of symptoms of symptoms such as fever and cough, such as fever and cough, before commencing a three to ten day paralysis, CDC said this month.
Patients confirmed by AFM have 31 states and CDC has identified for the first time. There are 15 cases in Colombia, the largest number, and then Texas has confirmed 14 cases. Thirty-three states have no confirmed case, and they report a single case confirmed by 12 states, according to the CDC.
It is not clear that states or states with a greater risk of AFM are better understood to identify and report patients. Although CDC encourages doctors to review cases, it is not necessary.
Most AFM patients became ill in August and October, and according to CDC, the number of illnesses occurred in any other fall in 2014.
In some cases, according to the CDC, "in less than a million children in the U.S., they will get AFM in the United States every year."