While health officials refused to disclose further details, family members have identified the victim as 6-year-old Allison Eaglespeaker, a kindergarten…
The Montana Department of Public Health has confirmed the state’s first flu death of the season and reveals that mortality is a child from Missoula County. While health officials refused to disclose further details, family members identified the victim as 6-year-old Allison Eaglespeaker, a kindergarten who said they died of flu B and pneumonia on Saturday.
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According to the family GoFundMe, Russell Elementary School student died at the Community Medical Hospital in Missoula. It is not clear if she had received a flu vaccine this year, but health officials urged those who have not already been vaccinated because influenza activity in the entire state is expected to rise over the next few weeks.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest influenza monitoring report noted five pediatric deaths already this flu season, which does not include Eaglespeaker. According to a press release published by the State Health Department and the Missoula City-County Health Department, this year, 36 flu cases have already been reported, resulting in six hospital stays. Last year, more than 1
0,000 cases were reported, including 979 hospital stays and 79 deaths.
In addition, healthcare professionals like to cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, wash your hands frequently with detergents or soap and water, avoiding eye contact, nose and mouth, and avoid close contact with sick people. They urge those who are ill to stay home for at least 24 hours after a fever falls.