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The latest weekly flu report shows a slight uptick in rates of flu-like illness in the past seven days. While flu can be unpredictable, one thing we know for sure is that rates will continue to rise as we get deeper into flu season. That’s why it’s more important than ever to get your seasonal flu shot now. There is plenty of flu vaccine available, and you can get a flu shot by calling your health care provider or local board of health, or by visiting a local pharmacy which offers onsite flu vaccinations.

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