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A six-year-old boy was admitted to hospital with a temperature of 39.3 and was diagnosed with influenza A and his mother had no idea how dangerous the virus might be.

& # 39; I never thought it could be that bad & # 39 ;: boy, 6, being hospitalized with a temperature of 39.3C and diagnosed with the flu because his mother admits she never knew a virus was so dangerous could be

  • Emi Hall took her son Jackson, 6, to her doctor when he got a rash all over his body
  • He got worse and was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with the flu
  • Mrs. Hall had no idea that the flu could be so dangerous and wished he had been vaccinated
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The mother of a six-year-old boy who was admitted to hospital with a temperature of 39.3 after admitting the flu, admitted that she had no idea how dangerous the virus might be.

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Emi Hall took her son Jackson to her doctor after she found a rash to his toes, but his condition deteriorated over the next two weeks.

Jackson was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Influenza A and recovered the following month.

Mrs. Hall had no idea that the flu virus could be life threatening and said she had had her son vaccinated.

A six-year-old boy was admitted to hospital with a temperature of 39.3 and was diagnosed with influenza A and his mother had no idea how dangerous the virus might be.

A six-year-old boy was admitted to hospital with a temperature of 39.3 and was diagnosed with influenza A and his mother had no idea how dangerous the virus might be.

Emi Hall took her son Jackson to her doctor after finding a rash from his neck to his toes, but his condition got worse in the next fourteen days
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Emi Hall took her son Jackson to her doctor after finding a rash from his neck to his toes, but his condition got worse in the next fourteen days

Emi Hall took her son Jackson to her doctor after finding a rash from his neck to his toes, but his condition got worse in the next fourteen days

Mrs. Hall was terrified when she discovered the result on Jackson & # 39; s body.

& # 39; I panicked and absolutely thought it was more than a reaction or a viral infection, & # 39; she said ABC & # 39; s 7.30.

After he had taken Jackson to the doctor, his condition did not improve and his body temperature rose dramatically.

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& # 39; He was lying on the couch, listless, not moving, but it got worse to the point that he wouldn't even eat. He barely drank. & # 39;

& # 39; He had temperatures of 39.3. & # 39;

Jackson was rushed to the hospital and after 12 hours of waiting, the doctors said he had influenza A.

& # 39; I honestly didn't even think it could be that bad. It's pretty serious. & # 39;

& # 39; I honestly didn't even think it could be that bad. It's pretty serious & # 39 ;; Mrs. Hall (photo) had no idea that the flu virus could be so threatening and said she had her son vaccinated

& # 39; I honestly didn't even think it could be that bad. It's pretty serious & # 39 ;; Mrs. Hall (photo) had no idea that the flu virus could be so threatening and said she had her son vaccinated

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& # 39; I honestly didn't even think it could be that bad. It's pretty serious & # 39 ;; Mrs. Hall (photo) had no idea that the flu virus could be so threatening and said she had her son vaccinated

& # 39; He had temperatures of 39.3 & # 39 ;; Jackson was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Influenza A and recovered the following month

& # 39; He had temperatures of 39.3 & # 39 ;; Jackson was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Influenza A and recovered the following month

& # 39; He had temperatures of 39.3 & # 39 ;; Jackson was rushed to the hospital where he was diagnosed with Influenza A and recovered the following month

Mrs. Hall explained that she had the flu in 2013 when she was pregnant with Jackson, but had no follow-up after he was born.

& # 39; I just thought & # 39; & Oh, it's a flu injection? What can it do? What would it happen? & # 39; & # 39; But now I kick myself. & # 39;

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Mrs. Hall now believes that they should both have had a flu shot.

& # 39; Maybe he would not have become as bad as what he should do. & # 39;

Australia has been facing the worst flu season since 2009 and the winter season has not even begun. There have been 58,761 reports of influenza since the beginning of 2019, which is a drastic increase compared to previous years and 139 people have died

Australia has been facing the worst flu season since 2009 and the winter season has not even begun. There have been 58,761 reports of influenza since the beginning of 2019, which is a drastic increase compared to previous years and 139 people have died

Australia has been facing the worst flu season since 2009 and the winter season has not even begun. There have been 58,761 reports of influenza since the beginning of 2019, which is a drastic increase compared to previous years and 139 people have died

Australia has been facing the worst flu season since 2009 and the winter season has not even begun.

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Since the beginning of 2019 there have been 57,561 reports for influenza, a drastic increase compared to previous years.

The number of reports has increased since 2014, where there were only 5,886, but that number has grown every year and reached 13,732 in 2018.

There were 139 deaths this year as a result of the flu.

A total of 26 people in Victoria, including a three-year-old child, died of influenza-related symptoms this year.

Two people died of the flu in less than two weeks in Adelaide last month, including a 15-year-old girl.

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