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FluRespiratory Illness Symptoms on the Rise

Our hospitals are seeing an increase in children with a cough, runny nose, high fever and difficulty breathing. 

We believe this is due to respiratory viruses, including rhinovirus and enterovirus D68.

Learn about how to prevent the spread of germs.

     
 
VisitorRestrictions

    To protect our patients, we are instituting visitor restrictions at our facilities. This is a common practice at Children’s during times of peak illness, like flu season. 

    Individuals who are ill and all children under the age of 12 should not visit Children’s unless they are seeking treatment. This is for your safety and the safety of others. We do not want anyone in your family to become unintentionally ill when you are here to get better.

 
     
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