Although most viral infections begin with a fever or cough, enterovirus D68 is noted for presenting as a cough, wheezing, or difficulty breathing. The symptoms are not unlike asthma, even in children who have never had that condition. More than 90% of infections caused by nonpolio enteroviruses are asymptomatic or result only in an undifferentiated febrile illness.
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