Doctors warn of alarming surge of RSV illnesses
Toni Waterman

Doctors in the United States are urging the Biden administration to declare a health emergency - over what they call an “alarming surge” in pediatric hospitalizations due to RSV - a common respiratory virus that can cause severe breathing problems in young children.

According to the Children’s Hospital Association, more than three-quarters of pediatric hospital beds in America are now full and, in some places, space is even scarcer. 

CGTN’s Toni Waterman reports.

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