TBILISI, Flu cases doubled and two cases of death have been reported in Georgia so far this winter, according to the country's National Center for Disease Control and Public Health on Tuesday.
We now have 221 reported cases per 100,000 citizens, said Pata Imnadze,
scientific director of the center, adding that this number is twice last
Most flu cases detected this year are the N1 type and very few cases are
involved with the H3N2 virus, which is more fatal, he said.
However, there is no influenza outbreak in Georgia so far though the
situation is cautious, he noted.
According to the center, two persons including one pregnant woman have been
killed by flu infections so far during the current flu season in Georgia.
Last winter, over 200 N1infection cases were reported in Georgia,
resulting in at least eight deaths.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)