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Rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts continue their slow but steady rise, as indicated in this week's flu report. We don't expect flu season to reach its peak until later this month or even into March — so please consider getting vaccinated at any of the public clinics at this searchable database or by calling your doctor or health care provider to set up an appointment.

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