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Don't be fooled by the milder temperatures the past couple of days — as this week's flu report indicates, rates of flu-like illness continue to climb across Massachusetts. Flu season doesn't usually hit its peak until late February or early March, and flu continues to spread well into spring. So there's no time like the present to take advantage of the abundant supplies of flu vaccine still available. You can contact your health care provider to get a shot, or search this database to find the nearest flu clinic near you.

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