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As this week's flu report indicates, we continue to see relatively low levels of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. This is in keeping with the typical way that flu season happens around here, where we don't see the height of flu activity until winter. All the more reason to take this opportunity to get a flu shot while there's still plenty of time. Contact your health care provider or search for flu clinics in your area at this searchable database.

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