Syracuse (WSYR-TV) -- Doctor Rovall in Camillus tells us she seen five children with pink eye – all before two p.m. on Wednesday. It’s very contagious she says and children need to wash their hands faithfully and not share towels. Dr. Rovall is also seeing colds and sore throats that are viral – not strep.
In Syracuse, Brighton Hill Pediatrics also reports lots of pink eye. Other children have a cough, pneumonia and kids with asthma are wheezing.
In Liverpool, Doctor Dracker checks in with strep throat, the stomach bug, a flu-like illness and RSV in babies.
In Fayetteville, Living Proof Longevity Center is seeing upper respiratory infections and sinusitis.
Auburn doctors check in with pink eye, sore throats – both strep and viral –as well as pneumonia and the stomach bug.
And lastly, in Pulaski, Dr. Carguello is seeing sore throats, a flu-like illness and the stomach bug.
What’s Going Around is our way of letting you know what illnesses are out there. Your own doctor can tell you about the best treatments.