Canadian pediatric hospitals are experiencing flu-intake fluctuations as H1N1 reappears this season as a dominant flu tension.
Due to the illness of the deceased virus in the hospital, this season was twice as high as this year in the last season, and it was more than three times that of 2016-2017 during the flu season. According to the Canadian Public Health Agency (PHAC).
More children have also been healed in the intensive treatment unit to deal with serious flu capsules during the last seasons.
The reason is that the flu continues to be more difficult than the behavior of children and adolescents after the return of the H1N1 following the A-type H3N2 flu.
However, silver coverage varies. While H1N1 is a tough child, it's easier for the elderly, the most serious complications, and most of the illnesses.
Public health experts have also said the flu can better H1N1 against H3N2 than the opposite. This means that the flu has been going smoothly in season 2018-2019 season last season.
"In general, the H1N1 seasons may be weaker. The reason why older people in H1N1 may be younger is having a better immunity against H1N1," said Michelle Murti, public health doctor at Ontario Public Health. "As we can see, it's a bet on minors Groups that can support children and youngsters over H1N1. "
H1N1 is known as the pandemic of the 2009-2010 flu pandemic, when the virus was never seen, many people died and died when they had a regular flu season. Today's H1N1 is very similar to pandemic blood pressure, but patients have been able to recover immunity.
Young children, however, do not build a defense against H1N1.
As of November 29, 12 pediatric hospitals reported PHAC flu could register 414 hospitals in 414 hospitals in September, from 1957 to 2017 and in autumn 2016.
There is also an increase in income associated with the unit flu of the intensive unit of children: this season for the 71 seasons for the 35 years and 18 years, respectively, in the last two seasons.
Pediatric hospitals have at least documented the death of the virus in this season, but less than five; For privacy reasons, the PHAC does not release specific figures when there were less than five deaths.
On the other hand, long-term care assistance is shown.
In British Columbia, for example, there was only one low-level infection of six long-term care, the last season at 36, and 63 seasons earlier, and Danuta Skowronski, the epidemiological period for the BC Center for Disease Control and illnesses and respiratory illnesses program.
"The last time we had a dominant H1N1 season lasting three years ago, we have had much better long-term care facilities than we saw in 2016-2017 or 2017-2018.
Theresa Tam, the Canadian public health chief, said during the other season that the anomaly began to spread before the usual flu, especially in the fields.
For this reason, the number of cases in the laboratory confirmed that the flu is higher than 22 percent at this time last season, in 29,796 cases, according to data recorded from the 29th of December. That is 11,275 during the same season, last season and at 6.180 this season.
"There may be more activity at this time, but it's just the beginning," said Dr. Tam. "What we do not know, how will it progress? We have not yet seen the peak".
Dr. Tam has stressed that there is no late vaccine vaccine, especially in places like Ontario, where the flu season is steaming.
The mid-term review of the efficacy of this vaccine is not expected until January or February in January, but Dr. Tam has said that the initial signs work better than last year.