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Flu kills an average of 8,000 people every year in England and Wales, but experts previously warned that this number could rise significantly if the Aussie flu struck.
Some 55,000 operations have been cancelled as hospitals struggle to cope with a surge in patients.
Natalie Shand, 39, who said her body ached all over, told the Mirror: 'I was bedbound for six days in total.
'Then I was OK for two weeks and then by December 23 it knocked me off my feet again for hours at a time.'I had it for five weeks.'Middlesbrough mum Paula Kay, who started suffering symptoms on Boxing Day, believes she picked up the bug while working on a panto.
And his fever-induced hallucinations even convinced him he was seeing the mischievous Despical Me characters.
Ideally you should have this before the end of December, when flu peaks (it takes about two weeks after the jab for antibodies to develop completely).
Just four places remain uninfected by the deadly 'Aussie flu' virus as it rapidly spreads across the UK — plunging hospitals into chaos.
Only Dorchester, Ilford, the City of London and Telford have reported zero cases, according to website uk.
Boots offers the jab to those aged 16 and over at £12.99. In a bid to halt it spreading, Cork University Hospital announced that it is banning all visitors with immediate effect.
A hospital spokesman said: 'In relation to patients in the Intensive Treatment Unit and the Paediatric Ward and at the discretion of the Ward Manager only, it is necessary to restrict visitors to one person per patient.'However, the online Flu Survey map, which updates every three minutes, relies on self-reported data from patients, meaning the true figure is likely to be much higher.