1. Officials concerned about growing number of children's respiratory virus  12NewsNow
  2. Experts in Japan warn of unseasonable spread of cold-like virus  The Japan Times
  3. RSV virus outbreak: Dr Ashley Bloomfield 'concerned' as cases rise  New Zealand Herald
  4. RSV outbreak: Virus hitting Kiwi kids turned life-threatening for Canterbury toddler  Stuff.co.nz
  5. Central Ohio doctors see rise in respiratory virus that can look similar to COVID-19  10TV
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RSV usually causes cold-like symptoms, including fever and a severe cough, and most people recover in a week or two, but it can lead to more serious complications.RSV usually causes cold-like symptoms, including fever and a severe cough, and most people recover in a week or two, but it can lead to more serious complications.

Experts in Japan warn of unseasonable spread of cold-like virus | The Japan Times

RSV is a 'nasty illness' that is debilitating for young babies, making them very sick.RSV is a 'nasty illness' that is debilitating for young babies, making them very sick.

RSV virus outbreak: Dr Ashley Bloomfield 'concerned' as cases rise - NZ Herald

Meah Radman was well on Friday. Four days later, the 1-year-old was suffering life-threatening complications from a virus affecting children across NZ.Meah Radman was well on Friday. Four days later, the 1-year-old was suffering life-threatening complications from a virus affecting children across NZ.

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There has been a recent spike in RSV, a respiratory disease similar to COVID-19.There has been a recent spike in RSV, a respiratory disease similar to COVID-19.

COVID-19 vs. RSV: what is the difference?

A virus known as RSV is sweeping though the Bay of Plenty, and hospitals are asking parents to keep children away in a bid...

SunLive - Moves to halt RSV spread in BOP - The Bay's News First

A spike in RSV cases is putting pressure on the health system, Starship's Dr Mike Shepherd says.A spike in RSV cases is putting pressure on the health system, Starship's Dr Mike Shepherd says.

Doctor urges parents to manage mild RSV in kids as hospitals face high demand | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

Respiratory Syncytial Virus usually circulates from October-March, but Nashville has been hit early and hit hard this year.Respiratory Syncytial Virus usually circulates from October-March, but Nashville has been hit early and hit hard this year.

Pediatricians share RSV warning as Nashville sees unseasonably high spread of virus | WKRN News 2

Cases of RSV in New Zealand's six main hospitals have been slowly rising since May.Cases of RSV in New Zealand's six main hospitals have been slowly rising since May.

RSV outbreak: Medical expert warns virus has 'double-whammy' kick this year after COVID-19 border shutdowns | Newshub

In infants, RSV can get much more severe than COVID-19.In infants, RSV can get much more severe than COVID-19.

Central Ohio doctors see rise in respiratory virus that can look similar to COVID-19 | 10tv.com

  Dunedin and Southland Hospitals are both caring for children with a possible fatal respiratory disease which is sweeping across New Zealand. ...

South has RSV cases of children in hospital | Otago Daily Times Online News

As masks disappear, pediatricians are seeing an influx of respiratory syncytial virus casesAs masks disappear, pediatricians are seeing an influx of respiratory syncytial virus cases

Pediatrician: Summer is not the normal season for RSV cases | Mid-Missouri News | komu.com

The severe outbreak of respiratory syncytial virus hitting children hard across the country is still sharply growing and is yet to plateau, says ESR virologist Sue Huang 

Children hit hard by rapid return of RSV, with virus numbers rising sharply | New Zealand Doctor

As COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease another virus is popping up. Respiratory Syncytial Virus commonly known as RSV isn’t usually life-threatening, but officials say it does hospitalize more than 2 million children each year. “It’s a fairly common virus. In you and I it will cause a cold,” Dr. Christina Dasilva said. “In little ones […]As COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease another virus is popping up. Respiratory Syncytial Virus commonly known as RSV isn’t usually life-threatening, but officials say it does hospitalize m…

Local doctor talks RSV signs as case numbers rise across the country | KX NEWS

By Rowan Quinn for RNZ Wellington Hospital has more than 20 babies in its children's ward, many on oxygen, as the spread of the potentially deadly RSV viruBy Rowan Quinn for RNZ Wellington Hospital has more than 20 babies in its children's ward, many on oxygen, as the spread of the potentially deadly RSV viru

'Horrible': Hospitals flooded with breathless babies battling RSV virus

Wellington Hospital has more than 20 babies in its children's ward, as the spread of the potentially deadly RSV virus escalates.Wellington Hospital has more than 20 babies in its children's ward, as the spread of the potentially deadly RSV virus escalates.

RSV outbreak: Cases of babies with serious virus rising nationwide | RNZ News