High RSV cases continued to put young children and aging people at risk despite new vaccines.
High RSV Cases Doubled as it Put Babies, Young Children, and Aging People at Greater Risk Due to Infections
High RSV cases doubled in numbers during its peak season across the country as it put young children, even babies, and aging people at greater risk due to infections, wherein high RSV cases negatively affect the health of people with weaker immune systems or underlying health conditions.
According to a report published in CNN, high RSV cases mainly affected babies, which makes it harder for them to breathe with their small airways as well as aging people 60 years old and above, who are also affected by the high RSV cases due to weak immune system.
With high RSV cases in different states, there was also an evident increase in hospitalizations and visits caused by RSV infections, even deaths in young children affected by the high RSV cases despite vaccines and treatments available.
Health Care Providers Encouraged to Administer New Immunizations and Provide Vaccines for Babies and Aging People Following High RSV Cases
Following the high RSV cases, healthcare providers are encouraged to administer new immunizations and provide affordable vaccines for babies and aging people to reduce the high RSV cases across the United States.
Health officials also ensured that there are new immunizations and vaccines coming to be available for babies, young children, and aging people who have a higher risk of getting infections as the high RSV cases continue, NBC News reported.