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NJ Spotlight News | Clip | Spike in respiratory virus sends NJ kids to hospitals

Pediatricians report they're hospitalizing children with RSV, Respiratory Syncytial Virus, which usually spikes over the winter. Symptoms include coughing, runny nose and fever for most kids, but serious cases can cause lower chest infections that leave some children struggling to breathe.

0:03:39 | AIRED: 7/13/2021 |
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