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Since July, there has been a surge in coronavirus cases among children nationwide, and the number of severe cases has continued to rise steadily, according to surveillance data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The agency also reports that respiratory syncytial virus cases are increasing in certain parts of the United States, with an earlier onset than in previous years. According to experts, cases of both viruses will continue to rise. One hypothesis explaining this increase is a national decline in vaccination rates, according to Sarah Ash Combs, an emergency medicine physician at Children’s National Hospital in Washington.