Should we worry about ‘flurona’?

As both diseases have similar symptoms, you will only know if you have a co-infection of Covid-19 and the flu if you get tested for them. — Positive Parenting

Amidst the rise of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron viral variant over the last year (2022), you may have also heard of reports of “flurona” cases in certain countries.

“Flurona” basically refers to a co-infection of Covid-19 and seasonal influenza (also known as flu).

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