Ashanti Grinage, 4, expired from pneumonia from flu drugs, according to Texas health officials. (Photo: Ashanti Brielle Grinage / Gofundme)

Texas father is crazy.

Her 4-year-old daughter developed, Ashanti Grinage, a high fever on January 29. He was taken to the emergency of a room diagnosed with the flu and cure her, according to Martel's father Grinage.

Two days later, she died. Grinage Dallas newslett told WFAA that her cough failed to confirm her daughter as a pneumonia.

"On Tuesday when she went to the doctor, she had her pneumonia, and we did not know," he said. 19659007] The Garland family, Texas, said that their age 4 was not getting the age of the flu. His death in the flu season did not seem so urgent as last year because there was less death. Last year, the life of 180 children demanded flu complications, according to Disease Control Centers.

But some of the communities have a priority for the flu. Schools are closing and administrators are struggling to find a lot of representatives instead of sick teachers.

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Ashanti's family took back to the emergency room on Thursday when Cough was serious and mucus. 19659005] "The doctors told me when I found that her lungs were full of pneumonia and that they had done the best they could do," said Grinage.

Grinage told ABC 13 that he wanted to check for doctors to check it except for a child for the first time he was in the emergency room.

"I'm worried about myself. Everyone is worried. I'm worried about the hospital. God is worried," he said. "I can not give you a lie."

The four-school flu outbreak

closes the weekly CDC report that 28 children after this flu season died

But New York City and 24 State, such as Colorado, Indiana and Virginia, reporting on "high" activity. Flu rates are responsible for closing schools in at least four states.

Some school administrators said they are using closing time to clear and disinfect flu flu virus.

Report on flu activity level (Photo: CDC)

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Kemper County in eastern Mississippi is calling outside the classes on Monday, February 11, and Tuesday, February 12 due to the flu. Superintendent Jackie Pollock says 100 students with flu symptoms not absent from the start and high school during the last week. Pollock said that schools will close the students' ability to doctors their feet and their visit.

In northern Mississippi, North Tipperary School District and South Tippah School District bought Friday classes due to illness. The staff used to close the closure to classrooms to refuse germs to flu. News outlets reported that there were 350 students absent due to flu in the school areas last week.

North Carolina

Cancel the North Carolina school system classes for students and staff on Friday, February 8 due to flu. Ashe County Philais Yates's Public Schools chief inspector reported that 452 students were sick of five schools and the system's early learning center. A further 38 students came to school home. Thirty teachers were ill and could not replace them instead. Yates said staff would disinfect the schools and the classes were canceled.


Primary school closure and midfield in northern Alabama three days last week because the locality was having trouble finding out due to staff absences. Lawrence County Superintendent Jon Bret Smith said news outlets that Moulton and Moulton Middle School Elementary School families should have the time to achieve.


Closed three Idaho school areas earlier this month, one area after a large number of its students was absent due to the flu.

Firth, Shelley and Fremont's school challenges in eastern Idaho have closed their schools due to the number of absences recorded for one or more days, Idaho State Journal reported.

Fremont School District said the day after a third of its study body did not & # 39; It caters for "flu like a flu" reported by the newspaper.

"It drops out of the air and lands on shopping land, remote controls and driving services," said Eastern Idaho, Mike Taylor, public health surveillance epidemic, on the virus flu. "Wash your hands frequently. When you leave a public area, insert and shot."

The Associated Press assisted this report.