Was Jean Castex responsible for the Tamiflu vaccine against H1N1 flu

Was Jean Castex Responsible for the Vaccination against H1N1 Influenza in 2009?

A viral message states that the current Prime Minister was adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy in 2009 and responsible for the “H1N1 scandal”. Jean Castex only joined the Elysee Palace in November 2010, after the H1N1 flu epidemic Jean Castex adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy in 2009 and, as such, responsible for the “H1N1 scandal” and “mass vaccination […]

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Flu cases in England have fallen by 95 percent, the lowst in 130 years

Flu Cases in England Have Fallen by More than 95% to Levels Not Seen in 130 Years

Flu cases in England have fallen by more than 95% to levels not seen in 130 years. Data experts from the Royal College of General Practices (RCGP) said that during the third week of January – usually a peak period for influenza – the number of influenza-like illnesses reported to doctors was 0.9 per 100,000 […]

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Little or very low flu figures in 2020 in France

Coronavirus: No Active Flu Virus in France This Year

HEALTH: Since the start of surveillance at the end of September / beginning of October, there has been “no active circulation of the Flu Virus” in France If the Covid-19 epidemic threatens to rebound in France, that of the seasonal flu has still not started precisely thanks to the barrier gestures adopted to counter the new disease, notes the […]

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The flu vaccination will start on October 13th in France

Flu: The Vaccination Campaign Will Begin “On October 13”, Announces Olivier Véran

EPIDEMIC: The Minister of Health Olivier Véran recalled the increased importance of this vaccine this year in order, not to overload hospitals facing the Covid-19 epidemic The vaccination campaign against flu will begin “on October 13th,” said Olivier Veran Thursday. The Minister of Health underlined its increased importance, this year, for “vulnerable groups” and caregivers, so as not to overload […]

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What impact could the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic have on the future flu epidemic?

Coronavirus: What Impact Could the Pandemic Have on the Future Flu Epidemic?

Some doctors fear a double epidemic of Covid-19 and flu, so invite the French to be vaccinated against the seasonal flu As the number of Covid-19 cases continues to rise, the Department of Health and some doctors are questioning the impact the pandemic could have on the flu epidemic. In general, the flu, which affects […]

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The Sanofi vaccine plant in Val-de-Reuil, July 10, 2020, in France.

Flu: The Number of Vaccines Available Next Winter Sharply Increased

Laboratories have nearly doubled their flu vaccine orders for next winter, as governments worry about the second wave of Covid-19. The global vaccine manufacturers against the flu produced a record number of doses for the 2020-2021 season, the authorities hoping to relieve the sick in hospitals flu while a rebound pandemic Covid-19 is expected. Orders that have doubled in one year For the […]

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How many people have died of Coronavirus worldwide

How Many People have Died of Coronavirus Covid-19 Worldwide and How Does it Compare to the Flu?

The coronavirus pandemic has swept the globe, resulting in nationwide lockdowns in countries from Italy to El Salvador Hundreds of thousands of people have been diagnosed with the virus around the world, and even though China has reported a decline in cases of Covid-19, much of the rest of the world has yet to reach […]

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Seasonal flu kills 34 people in mainland France

Seasonal Flu has Killed 34 People in Mainland France

While attention is focused this winter on the new coronavirus from China, the seasonal flu epidemic continues in mainland France. The flu continues in France and has now caused 34 deaths among the more than 400 serious cases recorded in intensive care. The health agency Public Health France notes, in its inventory published Wednesday, a moderate increase in […]

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Flu epidemic affects almost all regions in mainland France, 22 people who have died since November

The Flu Epidemic Affects Almost all Regions in Mainland France, 22 People Have Died since November

The death toll is expected to increase in the coming weeks as the flu epidemic spreads further across France While the new Chinese coronavirus is occupying everyone’s mind, the flu epidemic is booming everywhere in France, except in Normandy, in the pre-epidemic phase. According to Public Health France, 22 people have died in France from seasonal flu since November, a toll which should […]

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The southern part of the region was the most affected. But the epidemic is progressive.

The Epidemic of Gastroenteritis Arrives in the Charente

HEALTH: The Gastroenteritis epidemic which has been spreading throughout France, has arrived in the Charente region The reality seems to have gotten a little ahead of the statistics of Sentinelles, this network of doctors, for the most part, generalists, who compile data linked to epidemics of acute diarrhoea, flu, chickenpox in particular. The network has noted […]

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