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Hi everyone and welcome back to another season’s worth of Weekly Flu Reports. Each Friday from now through May you can check back here to see the latest information on the impact of flu in communities across Massachusetts. To kick things off, the first Weekly Flu Report is posted HERE. As you’ll note, there’s currently minimal levels of flu activity in these parts. But that will certainly change – so what better time to get prepared by getting a flu shot? There’s plenty of flu vaccine available — contact your health care provider, local board of health or a pharmacy near you.

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