Louisville-area hospitals “are dealing with a trio of viruses this fall,” reports Dakota Sherek of WDRB. “While fall typically marks the start of flu season, health officials are also dealing with COVID-19 and Respiratory syncytial virus, which can put young children into intensive care.

“Norton Children’s Hospital reported more than 200 RSV cases in early October, and two weeks later another 312 RSV cases were reported across the entire system,” Sherek reports. Baptist Health Floyd, in New Albany, Ind., reported an uptick of flu and RSV cases.

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