WYOMING, Wyo.

— The latest poison ivys are being recalled because of a potential infection with coronavirus, Wyoming Medicine said in a statement Tuesday.

The poison ivars, which are available in grocery stores and pharmacies, can cause breathing difficulties and can lead to respiratory infections.

It said the recall applies to those with the following symptoms: wheezing or coughing, fever, cough, shortness of breath, cough and runny nose, a fever of 103.5 or higher, headache, tiredness, weakness, muscle pain, weakness and a fever over 100.

The company said its poison ivards are now being tested for the virus.

Wyoming Medicine will provide free testing and testing kits to anyone who needs them.