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As Word doc: Download Weekly Flu Report 11 17 2011   As PDF: Download Weekly Flu Report 11 17 2011

This week's flu report shows that flu-like illness in the state continues to be mild. This is about normal for this time of flu season, but we can expect that these rates will climb steadily as we head into winter. There's no better time to get a flu vaccine than right now — so please take a few minutes to make an appointment with your health care provider, or you can search for a flu clinic near you at this searchable online database.

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