Thursday , October 6 2022

Influenza influenza in Spain is still not an epidemic and affects only about 15,000 people



The impact of influenza in Spain is still not an epidemic, and this season affects only 15.5 per 100,000 people in the base set for the 2018-19 season (55.5 per 100,000 cases), according to the latest data from the National Epidemiology Center of the Carlos III Health Institute from November 26 December 2

Likewise, according to the report, the highest rate for groups under 15 is seen, as a significant increase between 5 and 14 per week in the week. However, throughout the entire territory of the custody, there is a "null" or "sporadic" flu, in Galicia, the Basque Country, Navarre and Murcia.

In case of severely hospitalized cases investigated (CGHCG), the accumulated rate is estimated at 0.3 percent per CGHCG for 100,000 inhabitants; Now, in cases of influenza virus, 74% of cases and 26% B are 55% male and the highest proportion of cases is 64 years old (52%) and 45-64 years old (32%).

Also, the overall general mortality rate does not expect the expected maturity death rate, although according to the report, 85% of patients with available information had a flu-like risk factor, 71% of pneumonia and 42% of ICU were included.

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