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This week’s flu report shows that after the brief dip we saw over the past two weeks, the number of reported flu cases has once again begun to increase – a clear indication that flu is unpredictable and flu season is certainly not over yet. All the more reason for everyone six months or older in the Commonwealth to get a flu shot. Please contact your health care provider, your local board of health, or your local pharmacy and get vaccinated today.

 

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