The respiratory virus season in the United States is not going to end. The respiratory virus season in the United States typically spans from fall to early spring, with peak activity occurring during the winter months. During this time, various respiratory viruses, including influenza (flu), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), rhinovirus (common cold), and others, circulate widely, causing a significant burden on public health and healthcare systems.
The respiratory virus season in the US is characterized by the circulation of multiple respiratory pathogens, posing challenges to public health and requiring coordinated efforts to prevent and mitigate the spread of illness. Vaccination, adherence to preventive measures, and ongoing surveillance and monitoring of respiratory virus activity are critical components of public health strategies aimed at minimizing the impact of respiratory viruses on individuals and communities.