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The latest weekly flu report indicates that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts have risen over the past seven days, following two weeks of decline. It’s an indication that flu season is not over yet – and that there is still plenty of reason to get a flu shot if you haven’t done so already. There is still flu vaccine available – call your health care provider or visit a local pharmacy which offers flu vaccinations.

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