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This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts continue to remain steady as compared to previous weeks. But remember, flu season hits its peak in February and March — and even then flu still gets passed around well into spring. So there's no time like now to get vaccinated. Call your health care provider or search for a flu clinic in your area on this searchable database.

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