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Acute upper respiratory infection

Acute upper respiratory infection (URI), often referred to as the common cold, is a viral infection that primarily affects the upper respiratory tract. It is a prevalent and highly contagious condition that can occur year-round but is more common during colder months. Acute URIs are typically caused by various viruses, including rhinoviruses, coronaviruses, and adenoviruses.

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