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Rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts have dipped slightly, according to the latest weekly flu report. But rest assured that there is still plenty of flu season yet to come, and if you have not gotten a flu shot it’s absolutely not too late. Call your doctor, local board of health or nearby pharmacy today.

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