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The next flu season

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    Posted: May 29 2020 at 5:57am

Will the next flu season be a mild one?

A lot of the social distancing, including all the screens put up in shops around the cash desks, should help in slowing the spread of flu in the coming season.  

I would be interested in any posts from the "Tasmanian  bubble area" as your flu season starts way before us in the northern hemisphere.   

This might provide interesting information on how well some of the 'post-lock-down' measures actually help.  Yet, I suppose that we would need a full year with both southern and northern seasons before robust conclusions could be drawn.

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Yes I'm interested in what happens next,

Particularly,if locked down people,have generated their own set of viruses....

I read a book called "the earth abides"in that after a major slate wiper,a few years later, a stranger appeared, in the survivors camp,

Causing a major measles out break that killed some of the survivors....

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