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Israel detected the first case of what is being considered as a combined infection of COVID-19 and influenza on Thursday, 30 December, according to a tweet by Arab News, a Saudi English-language daily newspaper based in Riyadh.
The double infection is being called “Florona.”
“Israel records first case of #florona disease, a double infection of #COVID19 and influenza”, the newspaper wrote in a tweet.
It is important to note however, that “Florona” is not a new variant of COVID-19, but is being used as a reference to the simultaneous occurrence of flu and COVID-19.

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Israel has seen a sharp rise in flu cases in the past few weeks, and doctors are therefore focusing their studies on “Florona.”

A doctor at Cairo University Hospital, Dr Nahla Abdel Wahab, told media sources in the country that the double infection might be indicative of a massive collapse of the person’s immune sysIsrael detected the first case of what is being considered as a combined infection of COVID-19 and influenza on Thursday, 30 December, according to a tweet by Arab News, a Saudi English-language daily newspaper based in Riyadh.
The double infection is being called “Florona.”
“Israel records first case of #florona disease, a double infection of #COVID19 and influenza”, the newspaper wrote in a tweet.
It is important to note however, that “Florona” is not a new variant of COVID-19, but is being used as a reference to the simultaneous occurrence of flu and COVID-19.

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Israel has seen a sharp rise in flu cases in the past few weeks, and doctors are therefore focusing their studies on “Florona.”

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A doctor at Cairo University Hospital, Dr Nahla Abdel Wahab, told media sources in the country that the double infection might be indicative of a massive collapse of the person’s immune system, reports said.

This is because the body seems to be allowing two viruses to enter it together.
Amid Omicron concerns, Israel has been reporting a surge in COVID-19 cases, with thousands of cases being detected every day.