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With flu season surging, RSV sending many sick children to the hospital, and Covid-19 still very present, primary care physicians are feeling run down. NBC Medical Fellow Dr. Akshay Syal reports on how doctors are combatting their emotional and physical distress as fears grow over a “tripledemic.”