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Odessa Girl Diagnosed With Entero Virus to Return to School

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NewsWest 9 

ODESSA- The Odessa girl reported to have Entero Virus has been released from a Lubbock hospital.

In a release, the Odessa College Children's Center reported the 4-year-old was sent home from the hospital earlier this week, and is expected to return to the Children's Center next Monday after her final check up with her local doctor.

Tests did come back positive for Entero Virus, but further testing by the Center for Disease Control confirmed it was not the D-68 strain.

Children's Center Director says they are monitoring children for symptoms and taking precautions to prevent the spread of germs in their classrooms.

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