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COVID-19, RSV and the flu are straining health care systems. What the ‘triple threat’ means for children

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Every fall and winter, viral respiratory illnesses like the common cold and seasonal flu keep kids out of school and social activities. But this year, more children than usual are ending up at emergency departments and hospitals.

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