This week’s flu report shows a slight increase in the rate of flu-like illness in the state. We can expect these numbers to rise as flu season gets underway, so there is no time like the present to get vaccinated against the flu – it’s the …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, November 7, 2014
Welcome to the “Flu Facts” section of the Department of Public Health blog. Every week from now until the end of flu season, you’ll see the latest weekly data on the impact of influenza in Massachusetts. The weekly report is designed to provide a snapshot …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, October 31, 2014
Rates of flu-like illness continued their overall decline as flu season winds down in Massachusetts, according to the latest weekly flu report. This week marks the final edition of the Weekly Flu Report for the season. Here’s to a safe and fun summer, and we’ll …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, May 23, 2014
The latest weekly flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness ticked up slightly from the previous week. We can expect to see fluctuations like this in the coming weeks as we head further into spring.
This week’s flu report shows that while we are still at widespread activity, the number of reported flu cases has been going down the last three weeks.
Rates of flu-like illness declined slightly in Massachusetts over the course of the past week. Full details can be found in the latest Weekly Flu Report, here.
This week’s flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness dipped slightly as compared to last week’s data. Flu season is not over yet, though, and we can expect to continue to see some level of flu activity as we get further into spring.
This week’s flu report shows a late-season increase in the rate of flu-like illness in the state – an indication of the unpredictability of flu and a reminder of the importance of taking simple measures to stop the spread of illness in our homes and communities. …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, April 18, 2014
This week’s flu report shows a dip in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. If you haven’t gotten your flu shot yet, there is still flu vaccine available at assorted health care providers and pharmacies across Massachusetts – it’ s not too late.
The latest weekly flu report shows a slight downward trend in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. Flu can be unpredictable, though, and we can expect flu to continue to spread at some level in Massachusetts as we make our way through spring. That’s why it’s important …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, March 21, 2014