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Flu epidemic could skip Sofia

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Influenza incidence has been decreasing and there are no plans for declaring flu epidemic in Sofia. This is what the chief state health inspector Angel Kunchev told BTA after a meeting with the leadership of the Ministry of Health.

There is a decline in the spread of the infection in all age groups, Kunchev also pointed out and added that probably no additional school vacation would be announced.

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