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Weekly Flu Report, February 27, 2015 posted on Feb 27

The latest weekly flu report shows another drop in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts over the past seven days. Even as these rates decline, it’s still fair to say that flu continues to circulate – which is why it’s so important to do what   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 27, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, February 20, 2015 posted on Feb 20

The latest weekly flu report shows a decrease in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. Flu season can be expected to continue for a while longer, so if you haven’t gotten a flu shot yet it’s not too late. In the meantime, there are steps   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 20, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, February 13, 2015 posted on Feb 13

The latest weekly flu report shows another slight decrease in rates of flu-like illness across the state. Nevertheless, flu season is still upon us so it is important that we all continue to take steps to reduce the spread of flu in our communities. Get a flu shot if you   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 13, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, February 6, 2015 posted on Feb 6

The latest weekly flu report shows a slight decrease in rates of flu-like illness in the Commonwealth over the past 7 days. It’s too soon to say whether this is a temporary drop or if we may have seen the peak of flu season – time   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 6, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, January 30, 2015 posted on Jan 30

The latest weekly flu report shows another increase in rates of flu-like illness in the Commonwealth, a sign that flu season is in full swing in this part of the country. You can take steps to reduce the spread of flu in our communities through   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 30, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, January 23, 2015 posted on Jan 23

The latest weekly flu report shows an increase in rates of flu-like illness during the past seven days. Flu season is certainly here in New England – but there are some simple, common-sense steps that you can take to keep from getting or spreading the   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 23, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, January 16, 2015 posted on Jan 16

The latest weekly flu report shows a slight decline in rates of flu-like illness over the past seven days. But flu is unpredictable, and we know from past years that flu season won’t likely peak in Massachusetts until February or March – so there’s still   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 16, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, January 9, 2015 posted on Jan 9

The latest weekly flu report  shows a slight decrease in the rate of flu-like illness in the Commonwealth during the past week. But flu season is far from over, and there is still time to get a flu shot if you haven’t done so already.   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 9, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, January 2, 2015 posted on Jan 2

The first weekly flu report of the New Year shows an increase in rates of flu-like illness and other indicators since last week’s edition. This is to be expected at this time of year in New England – where flu season doesn’t tend to peak until February or even   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 2, 2015

Weekly Flu Report, December 26, 2014 posted on Dec 26

The last weekly flu report of 2014 indicates a slight increase in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. We won’t likely see the peak of flu season until well into February or March, so it’s absolutely not too late to get vaccinated and protect yourself   …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, December 26, 2014