Flu strains outbreak is currently spreading threats along with the influenza virus, which has already caught millions of people in America. It has been the most widespread eruption since when the public health officials began tracking more than a decade ago.
Director at the influenza division for the national Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Dan Jernigan said in a statement that, “Flu is everywhere in the U.S. right now. This is the first year we have had the entire continental U.S. be the same color on the graph, meaning there is widespread activity in all of the continental U.S. at this point.”
The most hopeful belief among the government experts is that the flu season culminated few weeks ago, hawing the peaks of what was already a severe and early outbreak. Since, this type of outlook that needed observers to avoid that outpatient doctoral visits, have continued to be mounted in 2018’s first week, producing the most flu cases yet for this period of the year.
Moreover, if the optimistic assessment by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) carries out, still 11 to 13 another weeks will be there of flu spreading over the country. Jernigan added that, “In general, we see things peaking right about now, but that means there is still a whole lot more flu to go. In addition, there are other strains of influenza still to show up that could be a major cause of disease.”