Public Health England look into ‘super cold’ amid rise in 111 calls and GP visits

Public Health England look into ‘super cold’ amid rise in 111 calls and GP visits

Public Health England look into ‘super cold’ amid rise in 111 calls and GP visits ublic Health England is looking into the super cold as Britons report being struck down with “the worst cold ever.” Calls to 111 and GP visits for cold and flu symptoms are on the rise meaning colds are back in the lead up to winter. The NHS have received more calls and online assessments for cold, flu, coughs and difficulty breathing since the last week of September. Many people have complained on social media of a sore throat, chesty cough and runny nose and are seeking ways to turbocharge their immunity. PHE is assessing the possible super cold but said there is currently no spike in confirmed flu like symptoms. Experts advise it is unlikely …
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