Post Content

As you can see in this week’s flu report, rates of flu-like illness continue to fluctuate across the state, once again illustrating that flu season is not over yet. That’s why we continue to encourage everyone six months or older in the Commonwealth to get a flu vaccine. Please contact your health care provider, your local board of health, or your local pharmacy to get a flu shot today.

Written By:


health communication writer and editor

Recent Posts

Weekly Flu Report, May 19, 2017 posted on May 19

Rates of flu-like illness ticked slightly upwards in the past seven days, as compared to the previous week, according to the latest weekly flu report. You can view the report here.

Young Workers: Know Your Rights in the Workplace posted on May 17

Young Workers: Know Your Rights in the Workplace

Memorial Day is right around the corner — the unofficial start to summer and for many teens and young adults the start of a summer job. All across the state, young workers will be seen scooping ice cream, serving food, working as camp counselors, bagging   …Continue Reading Young Workers: Know Your Rights in the Workplace

Weekly Flu Report, May 12, 2017 posted on May 15

The latest weekly flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness continued to decline over the past seven days. You can view the full report here​.