This country reports its first flu-related death case


Peru’s Ministry of Health reports its first Flurona-related death. This case was experienced by an 87-year-old patient with comorbidities and was not vaccinated against COVID-19.

This patient is one of three cases of Flurona detected in the Amazonas region, Northern Peru. This was conveyed by Cesar Munayco, a researcher at the National Center for Epidemiology, Disease Prevention and Control.

“The other two cases include a minor and a 40-year-old who has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19,” Munayco said. Xinhua Net, Friday (7/1/2022).

Flurona is a dual infection of COVID-19 and flu which was first discovered in Israel. This became a scene because it was feared that it could trigger the severity of the disease.

Munayco said those infected with Flurona experienced symptoms such as cough, sore throat and general malaise. For this reason, he urged the public to immediately get the COVID-19 and influenza vaccines to reduce the risk of death.

“This is important to take into account, because we currently have large outbreaks of H3N2 influenza in state forests, such as Loreto, San Martin, Amazonas and Ucayali,” he explained.

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