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ATHENS – A bad flu season is taking its toll in Greece with authorities reporting 45 dead so far and another 31 in intensive care units in hospitals.

The information came from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO) which said it’s not sure if it will get worse.

Health officials told Kathimerini they fear a repeat of the 2013-14 flu season, when more than 300 people were placed in intensive care.

Health authorities have appealed to citizens to be particularly scrupulous with personal hygiene as the current wave of flu has intensified amid a new cold snap.

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