If you have young children, if you watch the news, or if you have seen your pediatrician or family physician recently, then you probably have heard of RSV. Despite the way that some news media are talking about it, RSV not a new disease. It’s one of the main respiratory infections that pediatricians see and treat. It’s a virus that has been around for a very long time, it strikes each year from autumn through winter, and it has hit hard this season. This follows two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, when isolation measures may have kept RSV at bay.
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