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Tips to Stay Safe This RSV Season

Fall marks the start of RSV season, and many older adults are unaware that they may be at risk for infection.1 RSV is a common, contagious, and potentially serious respiratory virus.2,3 It is typically mild and can affect anyone, but adults at highest risk for severe RSV infection include older adults, and adults with certain underlying conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and chronic heart failure (CHF).4 This is the first RSV season where vaccination options will be available to help protect against RSV for older adults. For more information on how to stay safe visit