The flu is pounding Wisconsin. State health officials say they’re seeing a dramatic spike in cases and hospitalizations.
Bad as it may seem, this flu season doesn’t rank among the most severe.
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The flu in Minnesota is so bad, some hospitals are restricting visitors. Clinics are overwhelmed with patients, and nurse’s hotlines have long waiting times.
Health officials say more than 900 people have been hospitalized as the national flu outbreak hits hard in Minnesota.
A Minnesota teen who was fighting for her life, after being ill with the flu, has passed away.
Influenza outbreaks are forcing Minnesota schools and hospitals to make changes to protect students and visitors.
With a flu outbreak causing sickness here in Minnesota, everybody is looking for ways to avoid it. Experts say good hand washing is the key but there are other ways to avoid germs.
Many of the Minnesotans ending up in the hospital because of influenza are those who have had the flu vaccine.
A 14-year-old St. Louis Park girl is fighting for her life as she battles the flu and its complications.
Two more people have died and another 226 have been sent to the hospital in Minnesota due to influenza, according to the Minnesota Department of Health.
This is the time of year we hear about people getting the flu, but more people than usual have already gotten sick.
A flu outbreak has hit Minnesota early and health officials say it could get worse.
The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting the first flu death in the state this season, and has raised the level of flu presence in the state to “widespread.” The identity of the person who died has not been released.
An infectious disease specialist with the Minnesota Department of Health says an increasing number of schools across the state are reporting flu-like illnesses.