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In this week's flu report we see, once again, that the amount of flu-like illness in the state remains low and is consistent with what is expected for this time of year. Nonetheless, flu season in Massachusetts isn't over yet, so it's still important that everyone get the H1N1 vaccine. The vaccine is free, safe, and can be found near you – visit http://flu.masspro.org to find a public clinic in your area.

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