How does a baby usually catch a viral infection?

Exposure. Protecting your child from contamination is huge. Also making the surrounding as friendly as possible with no smoke exposure and vaporizers is important.

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My babies cbc 6 days after viral infection. Wbc 10600, lymphoctyes still 76% no fever, neutrophils still 18 percent, he is 9 months. Rest cbc normal?

This is not bad. This blood count is reasonable given that the baby has had a viral infection. It may take one month or 6 weeks for the blood counts (WBC and Diif) to return to a normal level. These changes are expected results of a Virus infection. It is too early to worry about it.