October 16, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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There is no “active transmission” of influenza in France at this time.

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The epidemic has not yet begun thanks to the barrier signals to deal with Kovid-19.

Fighting the virus is battling all of them: if the Kovid-19 pandemic is too high in France, the flu has not yet begun to signal the barrier to deal with the new disease, the French public health agency said.

«The impact of influenza still appears to have significantly decreased compared to previous years“, Observes the health organization by publishing the weekly influenza surveillance bulletin. Since surveillance began in late September / early October, we have not detected”.There is no active transmission of influenza virusesBul in Metropolitan France, according to this bulletin.

In addition, during the same period, “No serious cases of influenza have been reported by the services involved in this surveillance, Admission to Intensive Care కారణంగా was not registered for this reason.

Auxiliary gestures

By comparison, last year, the flu sent 61 patients to intensive care between the beginning of November and the end of December, nine in the last week of December, and this is currently happening.

In recent months, health officials have often recalled that generalized preventative measures to combat the new coronavirus (hand washing, physical distance, mask, etc.) may also be effective against other winter viruses that cause the flu or gastro.

«In the present case, physical distance and barrier signals are required to limit the spread of Kovid-19 infection and other viruses.“Public Health underlines France in its Influenza Bulletin. In mid-December, the health agency indicated that the flu vaccine had increased in people at risk this year. Authorities are encouraging people to be vaccinated against the flu, especially this year, to avoid overcrowding emergency services already facing the Kovid-19 pandemic.

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