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    Posted: January 23 2021 at 1:48am

The USA's CDC provides a weekly flu summary https://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/


It seems that all the lock downs and social distancing and use of masks has put the brakes on with regard to flu.  Pity that does not work for covid-19!

Flu deaths (the lower yellow figures) have yet to register, and there has only been one flu death in children this year (against a yearly average of 126, from 2003 to 2020)



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The same here, the only ray of hope in our creaking NHS.  Perhaps there is a mask-wearing lesson here for all the West.

Believers don't need proof and sceptics won't accept proof.
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