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Georgia expects decreased flu morbidity next week2009-12-15 15:30
Since next week the number of infected with flu will be decreasing, said Mamuka Katsarava, the head of Tbilisi service of social protection and health care - Trend.gt-en-newsitem-inside
He mentioned that decrease of a number of infected after the rapid growth is characteristic of flu.
"The second wave of the infection spread is expected in February. Both now and in February health care establishments will be ready," he highlighted.
According to the National Centre for Disease Control, 580 cases of A/H1N1 officially registered to December 15th.
Most of the infected  are aged from 5 to 14; 186 patients are from 15-29; 94 are 30-64 years old. 68 patients are children younger than 4. Only 3 diseased are over 65. Specialists explain that similar virus was circulating several decades ago.
Today's messages say that two women in Tbilisi and one in Batumi died of swine flu. Several days ago the disease claimed the life of a 27-year old Geogian from Batumi. In this way, 4 Georgians died of swine flu.