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Enterovirus D68 Resource Page

There are approximentaly 100 types of enteroviruses known today. Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) is a specific non-enveloped enterovirus which causes mild to severe respiratory illness. Symptoms can be as mild as cold-like illnesses to more severe infections which require medical attention because breathing can become difficult. Due to the lack of previous exposure to the virus, kids and teenagers tend to not have the protection against EV-D68 making them more at risk of getting infected. Touching surfaces or objects that have been contaminated by an infected person through respiratory secretions can lead to the spread of the virus to others.

The following is a collection of resources about Enterovirus.

As per PHO (Public Health Ontario): "Environmental disinfection of surfaces in healthcare settings should be performed using a hospital-grade disinfectant with a label claim of effectiveness against non-enveloped viruses."

http://www.publichealthontario.ca/EV-D68 

Virox Letter

Talk Clean To Me

Insights Blog

Diversey Care Resources

Online Enterovirus Resources

APIC (Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology)

CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)

 PHAC (Public Health Agency of Canada)

PHO (Public Health Ontario)

WebMD

Enterovirus News Articles

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Enterovirus News Videos

Enterovirus Case Tracker

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Enterovirus Protocol

  • Cleaning and Disinfection Protocol for Non-Enveloped Viruses

Enterovirus Fact Sheet

  • Virology
  • Clinical Manifestations
  • Epidemiology of Transmission
  • Basic Prevention
  • Healthcare Prevention Measures
  • Environmental Control Measures
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Enterovirus Presentation

  • What is Enterovirus D68?
  • Enterovirus D68 Virology & Ecology
  • How is Enterovirus Transmitted?
  • Signs and Symtoms of Enterovirus
  • How can healthcare facilities prevent the spread of Enterovirus?
  • Cleaning and Disinfection
  • Non-Enveloped Virus Cleaning & Disinfection Protocol
  • Implications for AHP

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