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This week's report shows that flu-like illness continues to be seen across the state, even as rates have been declining from week to week. Flu is unpredictable, though, and we expect flu season to continue over the coming months. In the meantime, there's still flu vaccine available. Contact your health care provider or visit your local pharmacy if you'd like to get vaccinated.

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