What Distinguishes COVID-19, the Flu, and RSV?
RSV, influenza, and COVID-19 are respiratory infections.
RSV, or respiratory syncytial infection, is an infection virtually all youngsters get by age 2.
Not withstanding a cold, runny nose and fever, an interesting side effect of RSV is wheezing.
Apart from respiratory side effects, seasonal influenza frequently causes high fevers of 103 or 104 degrees Fahrenheit (39.44 or 40 degrees Celsius).
The COVID-19 symptoms are similar to those of the flu and RSV. Contrary to other viruses, COVID-19 can significantly affect organ systems outside of the lungs.
COVID-19 prevention strategies were also very effective at preventing flu and RSV.
In addition to wearing a mask and physical distancing, Get your child vaccinated for flu and COVID-19
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