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'Flurona' detected in Hungary

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One of the most shocking pieces of news of the new year is the discovery of a new compound disease in Israel that combines coronavirus and influenza, writes profitline.hu.

However, the syndrome christened "flurona" has not remained only there, as the Hungarian Neumann Labs has already identified dual infections with coronavirus and influenza in Hungary in recent weeks.

Therefore, the diagnostic laboratory will now perform a free influenza test on all positive COVID-19 PCR tests as part of the price of the test, so that the patient can know exactly which virus or viruses they have received.

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