Latest Aussie flu map shows 'deadly' bug closing in on Birmingham
Areas surrounding Birmingham are reporting more cases of flu today as a killer strain of the virus continues to spread.
One strain of influenza, known as H3N2, has sparked particular concern and become known as “Aussie flu” as Australia suffered a severe outbreak late last year.
The Flusurvey map , created by Public Health England and others, shows the where flu like illnesses have been reported and it shows the areas that are currently in the high risk zone.
The colour-gradient on the map ranges from blue for no reported cases of flu to red for very high numbers of reported cases.... read more
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