Re-emergence of enterovirus D68 in Europe after easing the COVID-19 lockdown, September 2021


Por: Benschop KS, Albert J, Anton A, Andrés C, Aranzamendi M, Armannsdóttir B, Bailly JL, Baldanti F, Baldvinsdóttir GE, Beard S, Berginc N, Böttcher S, Blomqvist S, Bubba L, Calvo C, Cabrerizo M, Cavallero A, Celma C, Ceriotti F, Costa I, Cottrell S, Del Cuerpo M, Dean J, Dembinski JL, Diedrich S, Diez-Domingo J, Dorenberg D, Duizer E, Dyrdak R, Fanti D, Farkas A, Feeney S, Flipse J, De Gascun C, Galli C, Georgieva I, Gifford L, Guiomar R, Hönemann M, Ikonen N, Jeannoël M, Josset L, Keeren K, López-Labrador FX, Maier M, McKenna J, Meijer A, Mengual-Chuliá B, Midgley SE, Mirand A, Montes M, Moore C, Morley U, Murk JL, Nikolaeva-Glomb L, Numanovic S, Oggioni M, Palminha P, Pariani E, Pellegrinelli L, Piralla A, Pietsch C, Piñeiro L, Rabella N, Rainetova P, Uceda Renteria SC, Romero MP, Reynders M, Roorda L, Savolainen-Kopra C, Schuffenecker I, Soynova A, Swanink CM, Ursic T, Verweij JJ, Vila J, Vuorinen T, Simmonds P, Fischer TK and Harvala H

Publicada: 11 nov 2021
Resumen:
We report a rapid increase in enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) infections, with 139 cases reported from eight European countries between 31 July and 14 October 2021. This upsurge is in line with the seasonality of EV-D68 and was presumably stimulated by the widespread reopening after COVID-19 lockdown. Most cases were identified in September, but more are to be expected in the coming months. Reinforcement of clinical awareness, diagnostic capacities and surveillance of EV-D68 is urgently needed in Europe.
ISSN: 15607917





Eurosurveillance
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EUR CENTRE DIS PREVENTION & CONTROL, TOMTEBODAVAGEN 11A, STOCKHOLM, 171 83, SWEDEN, Francia
Tipo de documento: Article
Volumen: 26 Número: 45
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WOS Id: 000719422700006
ID de PubMed: 34763750
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