The Minnesota Department of Health says the flu is now widespread across Minnesota. The department reported Thursday there were 71 influenza-related hospitalizations reported last week. That’s nearly twice the number reported the week before.
With just a cough or sneeze, it can hit you from six feet away. So cover your mouth and wash those hands, because flu season is back in Minnesota.
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Health officials say more than 900 people have been hospitalized as the national flu outbreak hits hard in Minnesota.
The southern part of the state is described as the epicenter of the outbreak this year.
A 14-year-old St. Louis Park girl is fighting for her life as she battles the flu and its complications.
It may feel too early in the season to be talking about the flu, but health clinics across the metro are already offering vaccinations.
Health officials say that the new strain of swine flu that’s already sickened more at least 200 people in eight states this summer is now in Minnesota.
There are some new concerns Wednesday morning regarding a new strain of swine flu that’s already sickened more than 160 people across the country this summer.
Disease specialists are carefully monitoring the case of a Minnesota infant who developed a unique type of H1N1.