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This season’s first child dies of the flu in San Antonio

The youngster kicked the bucket during the seven day stretch of Nov. 17-23 as the quantity of positive influenza tests spiked by 82 percent.

In November, San Antonios medicinal network and others held a counterfeit influenza pandemic to check readiness for a crisis. The drill included just about 700 individuals.

In November, San Antonios medicinal network and others held a false influenza pandemic to check readiness for a crisis. The drill included right around 700 individuals.

Photograph: Daniel Carde/Contributor

In November, San Antonios medicinal network and others held a false influenza pandemic to check readiness for a crisis. The drill included right around 700 individuals.

In November, San Antonios restorative network and others held a counterfeit influenza pandemic to check readiness for a crisis. The drill included very nearly 700 individuals.

Photograph: Daniel Carde/Contributor

First kid in San Antonio bites the dust of influenza this season

San Antonio has had its first kid passing from influenza this season.

The passing happened during the seven day stretch of Nov. 17-23, as per a week by week reconnaissance report by the Metropolitan Health District. During that time, the level of positive influenza tests in emergency clinics and general wellbeing labs expanded by 82 percent over the earlier week, and the quantity of visits because of influenza like side effects bounced 71 percent.

Influenza movement is across the board in the city and Bexar County, with almost 1,000 individuals sickened with influenza like side effects through the span of that week, about portion of whom were 4 years of age or more youthful. Be that as it may, there were no revealed influenza episodes, as per the report.

One kid passed on in Bexar County during the past influenza season. That demise happened during the seven day stretch of March 31 to April 6, city reports appear.

Lauren Caruba covers human services and medication in the San Antonio and Bexar County region. Peruse her on our free site, mySA.com, and on our supporter site, ExpressNews.com. | lcaruba@express-news.net | Twitter: @LaurenCaruba

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