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This week’s report shows that rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts are remained stable to how they appeared last week. Using past years as our guide, however, we know that flu season in Massachusetts tends to get going in a more meaningful way as we head into January — so please don’t delay if you have yet to get a flu shot. There are still plentiful supplies of both injectable and nasal spray versions of the vaccine, and you can get yours by contacting your health care provider, local board of health, or pharmacy.

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