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22 November 2019 02:32

The South East has had the most hospital outbreaks with six cases.

Flu jab warning: The £1.50 flu jab scam you need to know about Responding to the recent outbreaks, health officials have been warning people with symptoms of the virus not to go to hospitals or GP surgeries as they may spread it to others. The area of the UK with the most confirmed individual cases during the two-week period is the South West of England, with 62. The South East has had the most hospital outbreaks with six cases. Last month, Carnforth North Road Primary School in Lancashire was shut after 50 pupils and staff were reportedly struck down by norovirus, and at a ward at Cannock Chase Hospital in Staffordshire visiting hours were restricted to just an hour a day due to an outbreak. READ MORE: Best supplements for flu: Drinking this tea could shorten the duration of flu symptoms

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