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Investigation continues into the geographic extent of the disease and its full spectrum, particularly whether it's related to cases of unexplained limb weakness.
The growth in the number of US EV-D68 cases showed a possible sign of slowing today, with just 14 more confirmed.
The CDC says it's not clear what role EV-D68 played in the deaths, but Rhode Island reports a death due to bacterial infection.
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