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I've never even been to Australia wtf.'[sic]'The MMA fighter and boxer said that he had been left shaken by the illness, which has affected people across Ireland over the festive period.
Nearly 50 people have already been killed by the bug this year and at least 1,078 people have been hospitalised - 252 of which were Professor Andrew Easton, a leading virologist at Warwick University, told Mail Online that there is nothing unusual about this year's outbreak so far.Most of the fears stem from an aggressive strain, dubbed 'Aussie flu', which caused nearly triple the usual number of cases in Australia during its winter.The H3N2 subtype, a strain of influenza A responsible for the surge Down Under, is one of many attacking Britain at the same time, Government data shows.Some of the country's A&E units had 'standing room only' after being swamped by more than 100,000 cases of the H3N2 strain.The elderly with their compromised immune systems are particularly susceptible, and a spike in cases among young children has also been shown.The UK faces a 'double-whammy' of the dreaded 'Aussie flu' cases as kids head to school and swarms of travellers return from flu-hit France.
The European country has been rocked by an 'exceptional' outbreak, with nearly 12,000 people having been left hospitalised and more than 30 dead.
Some A&E units in Australia had 'standing room only' after being swamped by more than 100,000 cases of the H3N2 strain.
Professor Robert Dingwall, a public health expert at Nottingham Trent University, said it is 'inevitable' it will reach Britain.
During that winter, Government figures suggested the winter flu played a role in more than 16,000 deaths. UFC fighter Conor Mc Gregor has been struck down by deadly 'Aussie flu', which could be the worst bout Britain has seen in 50 years.
He shared a candid Instagram snap of him relaxing in bed with his baby boy Conor Jr, revealing he and 'half his family' had contracted the virus.
Usually, just one subtype, either influenza A or B, is responsible for the majority of cases. H3N2, which some fear could prove as deadly to humanity as the Hong Kong flu in 1968 when one million people died, is behind most of the cases in France.