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Weekly Report: Download Weekly Report 12_30_09 (Download PDF Weekly Report 12_30_09)

Once again, we are posting this week's report early in recognition of the holiday. As you can see, the amount of flu in the state continues to decline, however, it is important to remember that flu season typically lasts through the spring in New England. Therefore, we continue to encourage everyone to get the H1N1 vaccine and to keep practicing good health hygiene as we ring in the New Year!

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