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This week's flu report continues to indicate very low levels of flu-like illness in Massachusetts. That's normal for this early in the flu season — but that will change before you know it. Take the opportunity now to get vaccinated against the flu, either at your health care provider or at any of the flu clinic locations listed on this online database. Flu can be serious — get your flu shot today.

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