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This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts continue on their steady pace as January comes to a close. But if this flu season is like most others, we haven't seen anything yet — flu rates around here have a tendency to rise much higher in late February and March, and flu continues to spread in our communities well into spring. Flu vaccine is still readily available, and you can find yours by contacting your health care provider or searching for a flu clinic near you on this online database.

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