With the threat of a surge of COVID-19, the early onset of flu activity across most of the U.S., and the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) causing pediatric bed occupancy in the U.S. to climb to the highest it’s been in two years, experts are concerned.

A combination of waning immunity to COVID and lack of exposure to other viruses, combined with close gatherings indoors, is fueling a “perfect storm,” says experts.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), respiratory illnesses are appearing earlier, and in more people, than in recent years.

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