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Potentially deadly flu virus is widespread in 46 states - AOL News11 Jan 2018 According the latest data from the CDC, the deadly virus has not reached “epidemic” proportions yet, but it may soon.
Flu cases widespread in 36 states, CDC reports - USA Today29 Dec 2017 Cold weather and a potentially less effective flu vaccine could be contributing to the early spike.
'Widespread' flu activity reported in 46 states Video - ABC News7 Jan 2018 Nearly every state in the country has reported an increase in the flu as emergency rooms expand and become over-crowded.
There's A Potentially Deadly Flu Outbreak in 46 States, & Here's9 Jan 2018 During the last week of 2017, influenza activity increased sharply in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. There's now a potentially deadly flu outbreak in 46 states, and a particularly dangerous strain of the flu known as N3N2 makes up 83 percent of reported cases
Widespread Flu Hits 46 States | The Weather Channel10 Jan 2018 It's been a brutal flu season so far, with high activity in 46 states. To make matters worse, there's an IV bag shortage. At a Glance. The flu has hit early and hit hard across the U.S.; The strain responsible for the outbreak is H3N2, a particularly deadly variety of influenza. Cases of influenza have spiked, with
Victorian government to spend $50 million on homeless12 Jan 2018 Fed up with Melbourne's homeless crisis, the state government will spend $50 million in a joint plan to tackle the issue. It's estimated that almost 1100 Victorians sleep on the street every night.
Flu 2018: What You Need to Know About This Deadly Flu Season8 Jan 2018 “The number of jurisdictions experiencing high activity went from 21 states to 26 states and New York City and the number of states reporting widespread activity went from 36 to 46,” wrote the public health agency in a recent post. “Influenza-like illness (ILI) went from 4.9% to 5.8%. These indicators are
Seasonal Influenza - WWLP.comThe family of a woman who died after contracting the flu is speaking about her death hoping to alert others of the potentially deadly virus. Advertisement Flu hits 46 states. January 15, 2018. The Centers for Disease Control is reporting widespread flu activity in 46 states, and some hospitals are struggling to keep up.
Deadly flu season hits California particularly hard - ClickOnDetroit9 Jan 2018 A deadly flu season has hit hard in the Golden State. Widespread flu activity has been reported in 46 states nationwide, according to the latest flu report from the US Centers for Disease Control and As it turns out, the most common influenza virus in Australia last season was influenza A H3N2.
Deaths and hospitalizations rise as flu virus spreads to 46 US states10 Jan 2018 With flu season now in full swing - causing widespread illness in 46 states - health officials across the country are reporting waves of misery, rising hospitalizations and some deaths. It is still too soon to say just how bad this flu season
Tamiflu And This Year's Flu - Healthline9 Jan 2018 This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 46 states are experiencing widespread outbreaks of the flu. Part of the reason is the dominant strain this season, H3N2. It's a particularly nasty variant of the influenza virus that's relatively resistant to current flu vaccines. H3N2 is
Pandemic - WikipediaA pandemic is an epidemic of infectious disease that has spread through human populations across a large region; for instance multiple continents, or even worldwide. A widespread endemic disease that is stable in terms of how many people are getting sick from it is not a pandemic. Further, flu pandemics generally
Aggressive flu strain is already widespread in 36 states | Daily Mail29 Dec 2017 Aggressive flu strain is already widespread in 36 states amid fears it could be the worst outbreak in years. Flu cases surged in the US this week, reaching 'high activity' status in 21 states; Experts have warned that this could be a historically bad flu season due in part to the H3N2 virus that has struck down