A flu season that began in October will end in early November, but those who are still feeling the flu could face additional problems as they try to stay healthy and avoid catching the pandemic.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Monday that the average flu season is ending with an average of five cases in the United States.
The number of cases will likely decrease, but the number of deaths will increase, said Tom Frieden, the director of the CDC.
The virus is still circulating in the country, and the CDC says it is currently at a “low” number.
CDC: 5 cases confirmed in 5 days.
No deaths yet.
https://t.co/8p4bXK2Y3D — CDC (@CDC) November 3, 2018The flu has spread in the U.S. and around the world in the last few weeks, with more than 200,000 cases reported across the U