In Canada | Flu season
Saturday, January 12, 2019, 1:46 PM – A flu activity continues to be high in Canada, according to a new report released Friday by the children and adolescents.
A total of 17,743 laboratory-confirmed cases of flu have been reported, the Canadian Public Health Service said in its FluWatch weekly report.
Six pediatric deaths were this season, all children under 10 years old. In addition, 95 pediatric ICUs were approved for influenza.
Influenza A is the most common virus in Canada, and most viruses are H1N1.
H1N1 virus from Canada and U.S. It's a flu. Credit: Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press
The Canadian report covers January 5 to January 5.
On the other hand, on Friday, United States control and prevention of diseases killed 69,000 and 84,000 Americans during the last three months of the flu.
The U.S has seen that the worst liver disease in the 2017-2018 season has occurred, with more than 900,000 hospitalizations and more than 80,000 deaths, according to CDC estimates.
The H1N1 virus is also the main strain in the US this year.
Flu infections cause fever, coughing, general illness and achy muscles and joints.
The health officials of both countries are not too late to reduce the risk of contracting a virus to the vaccine.
They recommend that people stay at home and not work or go to school. Everyone manually cleans and squeezes the elbow and tightens it.
With Reuters files.
This article was published in CBC News.
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