Hospitals for children all over Atlanta are filling up due to a rise in respiratory viruses, according to officials. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is recommending kids stay home and for parents to contact a pediatrician if a child has a low-grade fever, fatigue, congestion or sore throat. Going to an urgent care center should occur if the child has a fever with flu-like symptoms, ear pain, a mild skin rash, or persistent vomiting and diarrhea, or if a child has a fever over 100.4 degrees, has trouble breathing, has signs of dehydration or has constant chest pains. Parents should call 911 if they view the child’s condition as life-threatening. Details: 11alive.com.