CDC Flu Update: Activity Increasing Slightly

11:32 EST 1 Dec 2016 | Virgo Publishing

According to the CDC's FluView report for the week ending Nov. 19, 2016, flu activity increased slightly, but remains low overall in the continental United States. Influenza A (H3) viruses were most commonly reported during week 46. While the timing of influenza activity varies and is unpredictable, flu activity is expected to increase in the

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