The Midwest has become the epicenter of a canine flu outbreak. While the virus has not appeared in Minnesota, it has been detected in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
State health officials say they can’t remember the last time Minnesota has had such an early widespread flu.
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It may feel too early in the season to be talking about the flu, but health clinics across the metro are already offering vaccinations.
Two more people have become ill with presumptive cases of swine flu linked with the Minnesota State Fair.