Seven more people have died of flu in NSW, bringing the death toll to 57, as the number of cases tips over 30,000. A total of 32,236 people have been diagnosed with laboratory-confirmed flu to date, almost twice the number of flu cases recorded in the whole of 2018. People wearing face masks during flu season in Sydney’s Haymarket.Credit:Brook Mitchell The infection has killed 57 people in NSW so far this year. Forty-seven deaths were people aged over 64 and 10 were between 20 and 64-years-old, according to the latest NSW Health Influenza Surveillance report. Health authorities recorded 4617 confirmed flu cases in just one week (ending June 23), up from 4101 the previous week. Nationally, 113,704 people have come down with laboratory-confirmed flu so far this year compared with 58,870 cases for all of 2018 due to the unprecedented high rate of summer flu and an early start […]