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Frequent upper respiratory tract
infections are common in children below the age of 6 years because of frequent exposure to organisms and low immunity to common pathogens.
After 6 years they usually acquire immunity to most of the strains of pathogens and show resistance to the infecting organisms including bacteria and viruses.
That is the reason for low infection rates in regular school going children.
Nothing to worry and give symptomatic treatment whenever is required after consulting your Pediatrician
Encourage her to wash hands frequently.
Avoid exposure to smoke, dust, pollution, and to people with cold
Vaccinate her as per her routine schedule.
Hope I have answered your query.