“High” flu activity reported in Indiana

As if the coronavirus wasn’t problem enough, now state health officials say there’s been an uptick in “influenza-like activity” statewide.

According to the Indiana Department of Health, there have been five flu-related deaths this flu season so far, as well as four outbreaks at long-term care facilities like nursing homes. None of the deaths have been in those under the age of 50.

According to ABC 21 in Fort Wayne, this time last year flu activity in Indiana was considered “minimal.”

Find the latest state flu report here.

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Slacker06 January 12, 2022 at 11:37 am

For nearly two years there was no flu activity. Why? Because it was politically expedient to call all the “cases” Covid “Cases.” Yet the inverter of the PCR test says they are inaccurate the way they are being used. When the test is over-sampled it can show a positive result by detecting any extraneous piece of flue, cold, or any corona virus. It does not necessarily test for an active virus. So are these flu or corona virus positive tests? Passing out 500 million test kits will result in just one more backwards and necessary disaster fomented Dopey King Xo the Idiot of Brandon. Avoid him like the plague.

V January 12, 2022 at 12:27 pm

I totally agree


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