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Rates of flu-like illness have dropped over the past seven days according to the latest weekly flu report. Even so, we can expect flu to continue circulating in our communities for some time to come – so there is still reason to get a flu shot if you haven’t done so yet. Call your health care provider or visit https://vaccinefinder.org which offers listings for local boards of health and pharmacies that continue to offer flu vaccinations.

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