The Cambodia strain has spread in our country, see where it was found

Four cases of seasonal influenza type “Cambodia” (A H3N2) have been proven in the laboratory “Influenza and Acute Respiratory Diseases” of the National Center for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases.

The samples were taken from patients who are being treated at the hospital in Zlatograd.

Cambodia flu has a fever – usually over 38 degrees, with headaches, muscle and joint pain.

The runny nose is not one of the most typical symptoms, Prof. Nelly Korsun explained to BNR a month ago.



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