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First case of flu confirmed in the city

First case of flu confirmed in the city

According to the Cerro Gordo County Department of Public health, there are now five confirmed cases in the county. In 2017, the peak was the week of December 10-16, a full month later. "That you will catch the virus, and I have talked to many pharmacists and they say that's not true". Since then, cases have declined, said Dr. Jia Hu, Alberta Health Services medical officer of health for the Calgary zone.

During the last flu season was epidemic in Pennsylvania, almost 260 people died from flu or flu-complications. The agency noted more children became ill than usual.

Meanwhile, a boy and a girl, both four years old, are also in serious condition, with the influenza A infection, and severe pneumonia.

As of Thursday, influenza had killed seven people and sent another 437 to hospital in Calgary, AHS figures show.

Hu did not know how numerous people who died or were hospitalized had been vaccinated against the flu.

This year, the majority of flu vaccines being offered in the community protect against two strains of influenza A and two strains of influenza B, the release said. This season started a bit more slowly and it's not picking up as fast as a year ago, Brammer said.

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Although the vaccine won't prevent all cases of the flu, it lessens the severity and duration of symptoms, and those who get flu after receiving a vaccine are less likely to require hospitalization and less likely to die.

Flu vaccinations aren't ideal but will reduce your chances of becoming ill. "The main thing right now is to get vaccinated", she said.

Dr. Rodriguez says flu season is expected to last from now until the end of March.

The first laboratory confirmed case of the influenza A virus has been reported in the Greater Sudbury area, Public Health Sudbury reported Wednesday afternoon. That's more than double the number of states from the previous week.

People hope the numbers will slow down in the new year.

"I know it's hard not to let your child go to school, or not yourself go to work, but it is important if you've got these symptoms", he said.

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