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# rsv

This year
Substantial increase in flu expected to 'peak in next week or two'
Last year
Vaccine to protect infants from RSV may be available in Ireland next year
'It's rampant': GP urges parents to be aware of RSV symptoms due to surge in cases
Ireland has passed the peak of this year’s 'severe' flu season, according to the CMO
HSE boss: Flu, RSV and Covid figures at levels above Govt's 'most pessimistic modelling' for winter
Chief medical officer has not advocated for a mask mandate, says Taoiseach
Surge in viruses seen in the Mid-West as some people contract more than one virus
Over 200 medicines unavailable in Ireland, including cough syrups and soluble painkillers
Immunologist says stronger advice on mask-wearing needed amid surge in respiratory viruses
CMO warns parents to keep sick kids at home while consultant says patients 'at risk' due to trolley crisis
All time
Opinion: How conspiracy communities are using predictable tactics to spread falsehoods about RSV
Aoife Gallagher and Clara Martiny
Leading GP: 'We are seeing huge rise in RSV - it's more of a concern than Strep A'
The Explainer: What is RSV and why are so many children sick with it?
Parent of child transferred to Sweden for emergency RSV treatment calls for stronger virus messaging
Last week saw the highest number of cases of RSV Ireland has ever recorded in one week
Children's emergency departments experiencing 'significant rise' in respiratory virus illness
Three confirmed cases of the flu last week
Long delays at children's emergency departments due to 'dramatic' spike in viral infections