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Rates of flu-like illness continues to rise in Massachusetts this past week, and are expected to continue to climb in the weeks ahead. We can't know for sure when rates will peak, but one thing we are certain about is that there's still plenty of flu vaccine available, and it's absolutely not too late to take advantage. Get your flu shot by contacting your health care provider or search this database to find a flu clinic near you.

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