“I would say we have 2 to 3 times more children a with RSV now than we did a week ago,” Washington said.

RSV is seen every year in Colorado, but typically not until the fall.

Doctors believe the early spike has a lot to do with our pandemic protections.

“We think there was very little RSV last year because kids were not out and about. They wore masks, etc. Now they are being more exposed to each other,” Washington said

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