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In Croatia, the flu has already given 45 lives



Since the worst flu epidemic in Croatia over the last ten years, 45 deaths from the flu and 28,664 people have been dropped until Sunday, the Croatian Public Health Institute (Hzjz) today announced. It is estimated that Croatians are approaching this year's flu epidemic, they have recruited 11,000 people last week, that is, this year's biggest gripe this year.

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Since January 18, the first aggregate data of seven deaths and deaths of more than 8600 people have been published, in the last ten days following the flu, 37 people have died and more than 20,000 have been ill. As the number of patients increases dramatically in the second half of January, the flu peak is estimated to last for a week and then the flu will gradually slow down.

On its website, HZZZZ also indicated that among the victims of this year, between the ages of seven to 96 years old and over 65 years of age over 65 and with one or more chronic illnesses. This year, he stressed that Croatia is developing a type A virus, and most of the patients stressed that they were also registered in Zagreb and the surrounding areas, Slavonia and Dalmatia.

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Likewise, the National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ), the number of patients infected with this disease and infectious diseases this year has increased in the third week of the patient. The number of people with illness is increased in all ages, except for those over the age of 65. The highest increase in pregnancy infections has been observed in children under 7 years of age.

According to the NIJZ, during the third week of the flu season, from 14 to 20 January, compared to the second week, the number of samples sent to the laboratory and the number of positive hospital samples has increased. The proportion of samples that have been proven by other viruses has also increased, positive samples from all parts of Slovenia.


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