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This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts have picked up since last week. We know that flu season tends to peak in late February and into March — but flu continues to spread even after winter turns to spring. So if you haven't gotten a flu shot, there's still time to protect yourself and your family from the flu. Call your health care provider or search this online database to find flu vaccination opportunities near you.

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