A potentially deadly and highly contagious respiratory virus, normally found in children, is sweeping across far-north Queensland.
- 378 cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) have been recorded in the Cairns region since the start of the year
- Symptoms include fever, cough, sneezing, runny eyes and nose, or more extreme symptoms like wheezing
- It’s belived some outbreaks may be occuring in childcare centres
The Cairns and Hinterland region has recorded 378 cases of Respiratory Syncytial…