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The latest weekly flu report shows a slight downward trend in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. Flu can be unpredictable, though, and we can expect flu to continue to spread at some level in Massachusetts as we make our way through spring. That’s why it’s important to get a flu shot even at this point during flu season. Contact your healthcare provider or visit your local pharmacy if you’d like to get vaccinated.

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