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While the symptoms of "Aussie Flu" are similar to the regular flu, they are usually more intense, and while the regular flu should run through your system within a week, if your symptoms persist for more than seven days, check with your doctor to ensure you haven't contracted the new virus.
But two weeks ago, 522 cases of type A and 546 cases of type B were recorded across England and Wales - with 43 cases yet to be identified.
He said: "I'll leave that with the rest of the bad behind me in 2017 and take with me the many great experiences I've had this year!"
McGregor says that the family's big New Year's Eve party had been canceled at the last minute and he was left "shaking in bed the past two days".
Doctors in the United Kingdom have warned that it could be the worst outbreak of the bug in 50 years, as official figures revealed cases more than doubled in just one week.
UFC star Conor McGregor was said to have been bedridden after being hit by a bout of the Australian flu.