The mystery has been solved. The illness that sickened 10, sending seven to the hospital and killing two in southeast Alabama has been identified as a combination of type A flu, rhinovirus, and bacterial pneumonia, the Alabama Department of Public Health reports. “This is good news,” State Health Officer Dr. Don Williamson said in a statement. “Testing has ruled out avian flu and novel coronavirus.” Researchers were baffled by reports of patients with flu-like symptoms – with respiratory problems including cough and shortness of breath – at one Dothan, Ala., hospital. Officials reported the cases to the state health department, ... Read More
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