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This week's flu report indicates that rates of flu-like illness in the state continue at around the same pace as we've seen in the past few weeks. If this flu season is like most others, we're likely to see these rates being to rise as we get further into February and March. Flu vaccine is still available through many health care providers and at local pharmacies and other community locations. Find out where on this online searchable database.

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