WATCH: Georgia twins stick together while fighting the flu
ROME, Ga. - As the flu continues to spread in Georgia, some identical twin brothers are leaning on one another and fighting the virus together.
Kylan and Kolby Rucker, 2, are among the many children in Georgia who are sick with the flu. Their mother, Kristina, recently shared a video of them comforting one another on Facebook, and it's quickly gone viral.
"When the flu has hit and we have to get through this thing together," she said.
In the video, Kylan has a pitiful look on his face as his sweet brother, Kolby, consoles him by offering a hug. Their father, Nick Rucker, told FOX 5's Katie Muse that they share an unbreakable bond and look out for one another.
Rucker said one of the boys tested positive for the flu on Saturday, then passed the illness to the other. Thankfully, their doctor thinks it'll pass by the weekend.
"They are doing better," Rucker said. "They are still irritable because they have asthma as well and the flu triggers it."
The viral video of the brothers has garnered more than 1.4 million views, and that number continues to grow.
You can keep up with the Rucker twins by following them on Instagram @RuckDoubles or YouTube.