A man in his 20s with no medical history presented with 2 days of progressively worsening shortness of breath accompanied by subjective fevers, chills, body aches, decreased appetite, night sweats, and cough producing nonbloody sputum. He denied childhood lung diseases, allergies, or a family history of lung disease. He did not smoke cigarettes but had smoked hookah in Saudi Arabia before moving to the United States 1 month before presentation and had restarted 2 days before the start of symptoms. He denied travel outside of the northeastern United States. He did not take medications, use illicit drugs, or engage in high-risk behavior.