RSV signs symptoms and what to do if you have it

In early September, RSV cases in children started to rise, and many kids that got RSV died from pneumonia that the RSV caused. According to NBC Health news, some symptoms that you might experience are congestion, cough and a runny nose. Some less common symptoms are stomach ache and vomiting.
If a child has any of these symptoms it is recommended to take them to the doctor to get checked if they have the sickness RSV. According to CNN health if they are experiencing this then it can be managed with non-aspirin pain relievers like acetaminophen or ibuprofen and make sure that the child is drinking enough fluids.