RSV Surge Raises Questions About Repeat Cases
As respiratory syncytial virus, otherwise known as RSV, continues to surge across the U.S., experts warn its possible people can be infected with it more than once. A second infection is unlikely to occur immediately after a recent episode. Yet it can infect someone more than once in the same season, especially immunocompromised children and older adults, experts say. "Weekly rates of RSV hospitalizations are currently far higher than they have been for the previous four seasons, exceeding the peak weekly rates in all pediatric age groups since pediatric data started being collected in RSV-NET in October 2018," a spokesperson for CDC told Fox News Digital. Read more from FOX News here.