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Public-health experts say this year's flu season could result in 3 times as many hospitalizations as usual, further straining medical resources

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Written by Business Insider on September 7, 2021

Dr. Sean O'Leary, an infectious-disease physician at Children's Hospital Colorado, told NBC News in July that there wasn't a clear-cut explanation as to why these respiratory ailments were spreading in the summer but said one reason could be the loosening of social-distancing guidelines and mask-wearing.

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