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Usually, just one subtype, either influenza A or B, is responsible for the majority of cases. PHE figures released earlier this week revealed 1,649 people were struck down with flu in England and Wales over the week of Christmas.

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Latest figures show 2,331 people have been infected with norovirus since July.

The figure has raised at a steady level week-on-week since October.

It comes as health officials have warned a flu jab that has already been dished out to thousands of patients is ineffective against a prominent strain.

The rocketing number of flu cases has been put down to a surge in two aggressive subtypes attacking the population simultaneously.

One includes the so-called 'Aussie flu', a strain of influenza A which wreaked havoc on hospitals in Australia during the country's winter.

The H3N2 subtype triggered two and a half times the normal number of cases in Australia.The strain has been responsible for a surge in cases of flu, including the dreaded 'Aussie flu' across England and Wales this winter - putting extra pressure on the NHS.In a letter to GPs, PHE suggested only adults given the quadrivalent vaccine would face protection from the emerging B strain.However, this winter's outbreak shows no signs of slowing down, as flu cases are expected to rocket even further in the coming weeks.An analysis of data from week 52 shows the number of new cases each week is 10 times higher than that of 2015 - when 163 were recorded.During that winter, Government figures suggested the winter flu played a role in more than 16,000 deaths. The total recorded in week 51 is also more than double that of last year, when 684 cases, mainly of the H3N2 subtype, were reported.