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As expected for this time of year, rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts are continuing to increase. As you get ready to celebrate the holidays, there is no better time to get your flu shot to keep you and your family happy and healthy in the New Year! There's plenty of vaccine available — call your health care provider to schedule an appointment, or find flu clinic in your area with this searchable database. Happy holidays!

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