District Nurse: Wanda Hays, RN
Phone: 361-275-1900 x117
|CHS: Doreen Styra, LVN
CJH: Barbara Flessner, LVN
CIS: Crystal Guajardo, LVN
Hunt: Sandra Tate, LVN
French: Brittany Bialek, LVN
Health Services' Websites:
Texas Department of State Health Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Texas has confirmed nine cases of enterovirusD68 among Texas residents in the Dallas area. EnteroD68 is a respiratory illness with children 5 years of age or less AND children with asthma at a seemingly higher risk. Don’t panic; the provided information below will help in minimizing your risk of getting the D68.
You can protect yourself and your children by:
- Covering all coughs and sneezes.
- Washing hands frequently with soap and water.
- Avoiding touching eyes and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Disinfecting frequently surfaces.
- Staying home if sick.
- Ensure child’s asthma medicine including supplies for nebulizers are current and at reach
If a child is having difficulty breathing, parents or other caregivers should seek medical treatment immediately.
See CDC website for additional information.
Below are CDC resources about EV-D68 developed for parents:
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