A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died.
A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died. Seattle Children’s Hospital Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
A child from Snohomish County has been admitted to Seattle Children’s Hospital, increasing to nine the number of children with mysterious illnesses that caused sudden paralysis in an arm, a leg, or both arms and legs, the Washington state Department of Health said in an update Tuesday morning. Two of the nine children were from Whatcom County, including a 6-year-old from Bellingham, Daniel Ramirez, who died. Seattle Children’s Hospital Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald