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In general, doctors reported 38,098 acute respiratory diseases (ARO). The morbidity increased compared to the previous week of 33.5 per cent.

Bratislava, November 9 (TASR) – The number of flu-like illnesses increased during the 45 weeks by 49.4 per cent in Slovakia. Doctors said there were a total of 2,990 cases of flu and similar illness (CHPO). The highest morbidity was recorded in the Trnava region, the lowest in the Bratislava region. As the TASR said to the main haulier SR Ján Mikas, the children's age group in the CHPO was the most common in five years.

In general, doctors reported 38,098 acute respiratory diseases (ARO). The morbidity increased compared to the previous week of 33.5 per cent. The highest morbidity was recorded in the Bratislava region, the lowest in Žilina. As Mikas further said, the most common child illness was in five years. Flu flows were reported in one kindergarten in the Trenčín Region.

The flu season lasts from the 40th calendar calendar of the calendar year to the 18th calendar calendar of the following year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). It is characterized by more disease in acute respiratory diseases, including flu and associated diseases. In terms of flu, annual vaccination is the most accessible and effective defense available to epidemiologists. All health insurance companies cover Slovakia. The best time to vaccinate is the fall and winter months until the flu epidemic starts.

Flu virus spread mainly by air when coughing and spreading. Not all colds or coughs, however, mean that someone has a flu. It's sudden and it's up to a high temperature, even over 40 degrees. Different complications can also be linked. Antibiotics do not work on the flu itself.

Influenza in the Trenčín region increased by 62 per cent

Doctors in the Samosprávny region Trenčiansky (TSK) reported 4060 acute respiratory diseases this week, a 8.47 percent morbidity compared to last week. Trnčianska Ľudmila Bučková regional hygienist was notified.

Of total diseases, 219 flu diseases increased by 62 per cent of flu disease. Young people aged 15 to 19 were worried about flu this week at TSK.

The highest acute respiratory disease this week was reported at TSK at Trencin, where 1880 reached 100,000 inhabitants. The lowest disease – 966 diseases per 100,000 residents, in the Partizánske area. For the flu, this week they had to give them the best to learn in one kindergarten in the Nové Mesto nad Váhom area.


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