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Rates of flu-like illness ticked upwards in the past 7 days, according to the latest weekly flu report. It’s yet another indication that flu continues to circulate in our communities, and yet another reason to get a flu shot if you haven’t done so already this flu season. There is still flu vaccine available across the Commonwealth, so contact your doctor, your local board of health or a local pharmacy to get vaccinated.

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