Know what RSV virus is? Which is considered extremely dangerous for children

Washington:- The new Disaster Respiratory Racial Virus (RSV) has hit the U.S. amid rising cases of corona infection. Significantly more contagious, the disease is taking children from the age of 2 weeks to 17 years of age. U.S. health officials have expressed concern over the rising cases of delta variants of the corona. Experts are also concerned about what children will do if the cases of a corona infection increase.

The New York Times report quoted data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as saying that RSV cases gradually increased in June, with a much higher rate last month. RSV can show symptoms such as runny nose, cough, sneezing, and fever. Paediatrician Dr Heather Haque at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston said "After months of zero or extremely low child cases, newborns, children, and adolescents infected with corona are now being admitted to hospitals. These numbers are increasing every day.''

According to New York Times data, new coronavirus infection cases in the United States have increased by 148 percent in the last two weeks. However, the number of hospitalized patients has increased by 73 percent. Delta variants are being considered as the reason for the graph of fast-moving infections. At the same time, sluggish immunization rates in many states are also being attributed to rising cases.

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