Hospitals are at capacity, others are keeping visitors out. This season will go down as a bad one for the flu in Minnesota, but for at least one family, it will always be the most heartbreaking.
A flu outbreak has hit Minnesota early and health officials say it could get worse.
For some families, getting a flu shot has become a part of their pre-winter routine. Even though the number of flu cases have been way down the past couple of winters.
It’s an early spring but a late flu season. In fact, the influenza season in Minnesota may have peaked only last week. The most recent weekly report indicated that 61 people were hospitalized with confirmed cases.
The flu can be serious, even deadly and it spreads easily, but this year, many are wondering, where is it?
The flu season in Minnesota has claimed two more lives, which brings the total number of deaths this season to three.
Target says it’s time to start thinking flu season as your kids shop for school supplies.
The flu season can have several peaks in the course of the winter. There have been two flu-related deaths in Minnesota but overall, it’s been a normal season.
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