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Here's this week's flu activity report. We continue to see lower levels of flu activity when compared to the amount of flu we typically see at this time of the year. While this is great news, it's really important to remember that flu can be unpredictable, and there are still opportunities to get an H1N1 vaccine if you haven't already done so. Check out a complete list of flu clinics at http://flu.masspro.org.

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