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This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in the state continue along at a relatively stable clip. With the recent warmer temperatures, it's easy to forget that winter — and the current flu season — still have plenty of ways to go before they're over. Protect yourself and your family from getting sick this flu season by getting a flu shot. It's absolutely not too late, so call your health care provider or visit this online searchable database to find the flu vaccine nearest to you.

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