1. RSV and pediatric flu cases down drastically in Utah  FOX 13 News Utah
  2. Two childhood viruses at near zero, a 'good side effect of COVID-19,' a Utah pediatrician says  Salt Lake Tribune
  3. RSV cases ‘practically zero’ across country: Should masks take credit?  Deseret News
  4. 'This is really, truly remarkable': Primary Children's Hospital reports historically low RSV, flu cases  KSL.com
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Two viruses that usually hit children hard in the winter are almost nonexistent this season, a Utah pediatrician says — because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Two viruses that usually hit children hard in the winter are almost nonexistent this season, a Utah pediatrician says — because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Two childhood viruses at near zero, a ‘good side effect of COVID-19,’ a Utah pediatrician says

Pediatric physicians are seeing record low cases of flu and RSV, but that good news may come with a caveat. Pediatric physicians are seeing record low cases of flu and RSV, but that good news may come with a caveat.

'This is really, truly remarkable': Primary Children's Hospital reports historically low RSV, flu cases | KSL.com

Both RSV and the flu are nearly nonexistent in Utah and the rest of the country this year, as the state reported 338 new COVID-19 cases Monday. But can masks take all the credit or is something else happening?Both RSV and the flu are nearly nonexistent in Utah and the rest of the country this year, as the state reported 338 new COVID-19 cases Monday. But can masks take all the credit or is something else happening?

RSV cases ‘practically zero’ across country: Should masks take credit? - Deseret News