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This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts continue to creep up, just like we see at this time every year. The holidays are fast approaching, so now's the time to get your flu shot to keep you and your family flu-free in the new year! There's plenty of vaccine available — call your health care provider to schedule an appointment, or search for a flu clinic on this searchable database 

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