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Happy New Year, everyone! This week's flu report shows that flu activity in the state continues to creep up. We expect to see this trend continue in the coming weeks and months, but remember that flu season doesn't tend to peak until later in February and early March. So there's still time to get vaccinated and stay healthy this flu season. Contact your health care provider to schedule an appointment, or search for a flu clinic in your area on this searchable database.

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