Has Covid killed off the flu? Experts pose the intriguing question as influenza cases nosedive by 98% across the globe | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Has Covid killed off the flu? Experts pose the intriguing question as influenza cases nosedive by 98% across the globe

It was feared by many to be the perfect winter storm, a nightmare situation that would push our health service over the edge: the 'twin-demic' of flu, which kills about 10,000 Britons every year, and a second deadly wave of Covid-19.

Such was the concern that the Government rolled out the biggest flu vaccination programme in British history.

Thirty million people – 20 per cent more than normal, and now including all over-50s – are eligible for this year's jab.

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