Is pneumonia an example of upper respiratory infection?

No. Pneumonia is an example of a lower respiratory tract infection (ie in the lungs). Examples of upper respiratory tract infections include sinusitis, rhinitis, tracheitis. (infections of the sinuses, nose or upper airway respectively).
No. No it involves the lung tissue and so is a lower respiratory tract infection.

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What is the definition or description of: upper respiratory infection?

Infection of airways. An upper respiratory infection refers to an infection that involves the lining of the breathing passages above the lungs. It usually refers to infections that involve multiple areas simultaneously such as the nose, sinus, ears, throat, voice box, or windpipe. Read more...