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Health authorities confirm third death of seasonal influenza



Massachusetts Health Authorities confirmed the third death of child flu from the season on Tuesday. The death of a second child from Middlesex County was reported on Tuesday by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Now there are three fatalities related to the flu. A young man from Worcester County and two women from Middlesex County. Last year in Massachusetts there was one pediatric death related to influenza. This year, the Massachusetts flu season in January reflects last year, and this activity is widespread and severe. "January and February are usually the height of the influenza season, and influenza-related complications can lead to very serious, life-threatening illnesses and even death, both among children and adults," the Massachusetts Ministry of Health said. Both reports of flu-like illnesses and flu-related hospitalizations have been leveled over the past few weeks. However, the peak activity of influenza usually lasts until March. The Department of Public Health calls for people to vaccinate, wash their hands, cover their coughs and sneeze, and stay at home when they are ill to limit the spread of the disease. each year there are between 1

2,000 and 56,000 deaths in the United States due to complications from influenza. Based on national calculations, VAT estimates between 250 and 1100 Massachusetts residents per year of flu-related illness.

Massachusetts' health authorities confirmed the third death of the child's flu from the season on Tuesday.

Now there are three deaths related to the flu. A young man from Worcester County and two women from Middlesex County.

In Massachusetts last year, there was one pediatric death related to influenza.

This year's influenza season in Massachusetts in January reflects last year's activity is widespread and severe. "January and February are usually the height of the influenza season, and influenza-related complications can lead to very serious, life-threatening illnesses and even death, both among children and adults," the Massachusetts Ministry of Health said. Influenza-like illness reports and flu-related hospitalizations have leveled over the past few weeks. However, the peak activity of influenza usually lasts until March.

The Department of Public Health invites people to vaccinate, wash their hands, cover their coughs and sneeze, and stay home when they are ill to limit the spread of the disease. US Centers for Disease Control estimate that there are between 12,000 and 56,000 deaths each year in the United States due to complications from influenza.

Based on national calculations, VAT estimates between 250 and 1100 Massachusetts residents per year of complications from influenza.

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