The first two deaths of the season in Dallas County have been confirmed. According to Dallas County Health and Human…
The first two deaths of the season in Dallas County have been confirmed. According to Dallas County Health and Human Services, the patients were 59 and 66 years old.
“We have to remember that we don’t know their medical history. two patients that died of influenza, “said Dr. Gorc Bohil, medical director of Trusted ER, Hillcrest.
While the possible pre-existing conditions of those two patients are uncertain, Dr. Bohil said his office has seen an influx of flu cases in the last few weeks.
“Unfortunately, we have to remember that last year North Texas had over 1
50 flu-related deaths,” Bohil said. “And I don’t want to say that two is not a lot, but we just do not know what the flu season has for us this year. We have to be vigilant and we have to be prepared. “Lessie Brown, Believed to Be Oldest American, Dies at 114