Flu cases ‘almost completely wiped out’ this winter in England, but COVID-19 continues to soar

As cases of COVID-19 continue to soar across the UK, it is reporting the lowest number of flu cases that it has seen in more than 130 years.
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The UK is reporting extremely low numbers of flu cases, with experts saying they haven’t seen such low cases in over 130 years. While the flu is down, the UK continues to battle high COVID-19 related infections this winter.

Medical experts told the Sunday Times that the flu seems to have “almost completely wiped out” with such low numbers that rates went down by an entire 95%.

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