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The latest weekly flu report shows a slight decrease in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts over the past 7 days. But flu can be unpredictable, and we’re not likely to see the peak of flu season until February or even March. So if you haven’t gotten a flu shot yet, there’s still time. Call your health care provider or local board of health, or visit a pharmacy near you.

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