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Officials are seeing a new spike in flu activity as a second strain of flu hits on the heels of the first. A second strain of flu is hitting the U.S mid-season.

Flu season is getting weirder | Live Science

The percentage of flu-like illness visits remains higher than the same week in the previous two years, DPH reported.The percentage of flu-like illness visits remains higher than the same week in the previous two years, DPH reported.

Flu Severity Rises To 'Very High' In Massachusetts | CommonHealth

Pennsylvania has an interesting relationship with the flu.Influenza, the disease responsible for killing thousands of Americans each year, is not the season’s most talked about illness, for once. Elsewhere in the world, the flu has taken a backseat to a global virus: 2019-nCoV.Otherwise known around the world as public enemy No. 1: novel coronavirus.On Monday, the CDC announced the 13th case of coronavirus in the United States, stating that an unidentified patient, who was under a federal Pennsylvania has an interesting relationship with the flu.Influenza, the disease responsible for killing thousands of Americans each year, is not the season’s most talked about illness, for once. Elsewhere in the world, the flu has taken a backseat to a global virus: 2019-nCoV.Otherwise known around the world as public enemy No. 1: novel coronavirus.On Monday, the CDC announced the 13th case of coronavirus in the United States, stating that an unidentified patient, who was under a federal

Editorial: You’re more likely to encounter this disease in the Poconos than coronavirus - Opinion - poconorecord.com - Stroudsburg, PA

“Get. your. flu. shot. “The number of child deaths and the hospitalization rate for youngsters are the highest seen at this point in any season since the severe flu outbreak of 2009-10, health officials said Friday.” https://t.co/NjqoYDoxik”

Matt Pearce 🦅 on Twitter: "Get. your. flu. shot. “The number of child deaths and the hospitalization rate for youngsters are the highest seen at this point in any season since the severe flu outbreak of 2009-10, health officials said Friday.” https://t.co/NjqoYDoxik"

“1. A #flu thread: 14 more children have died from #influenza this season, bringing the pediatric death toll to 92 so far. This number will likely continue to rise, unfortunately. Two-thirds of the deaths have been caused by flu B infections.”

Helen Branswell on Twitter: "1. A #flu thread: 14 more children have died from #influenza this season, bringing the pediatric death toll to 92 so far. This number will likely continue to rise, unfortunately. Two-thirds of the deaths have been caused by flu B infections.… https://t.co/BZNYLlIQTD"

“Being a New Yorker is just you and your friends passing the flu back and forth until you’re all dead”

Allison Kilkenny on Twitter: "Being a New Yorker is just you and your friends passing the flu back and forth until you’re all dead"

“92 children have died from the flu this season- https://t.co/BOSqdwoeNy”

Lionel Moïse on Twitter: "92 children have died from the flu this season- https://t.co/BOSqdwoeNy"

A 33-year-old North Olmsted man died of the flu this week, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health said on Friday.A 33-year-old North Olmsted man died of the flu this week, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health said on Friday.

Cuyahoga County reports additional flu death

Thirty Oklahomans have died and more than 1,600 are hospitalized due to the flu since this influenza season began in September 2019, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s report on Thursday, Feb. 13.Thirty Oklahomans have died and more than 1,600 are hospitalized due to the flu since this influenza season began in September 2019, according to the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s report on Thursday, Feb. 13.

OKLAHOMA FLU DEATHS: Number of flu-related deaths reaches 30 in Oklahoma; more than 1,600 hospitalized

Eight additional flu deaths have been reported in Connecticut. The state Department of Health has released influenza statistics for the week of Feb. 2 and all...Eight additional flu deaths have been reported in Connecticut. The state Department of Health has released influenza statistics for the week of Feb. 2 and all eight people who died were adults. Flu remains widespread in Connecticut. There have been 40 flu-related deaths in the state this season. One was a child. The number of flu-related hospitalizations in the state…

Eight Additional Flu Deaths Reported in Connecticut – NBC Connecticut

Health officials say the child who died from flu is from southern Wisconsin. Last week the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 78 child deaths from flu nationwide since October.Health officials say the child who died from flu is from southern Wisconsin. Last week the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 78 child deaths from flu nationwide since October.

Wisconsin records 2nd child death of flu season

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health says influenza severity in Mass. has now increased to “very high,” the highest on its rating scale.The Massachusetts Department of Public Health says influenza severity in Mass. has now increased to “very high,” the highest on its rating scale.

Flu severity in Mass. increases to ‘very high’ ahead of school vacation week

The Ohio Department of Health medical director is urging everyone to get a flu shot as nearly 1,000 people were hospitalized in a week.The Ohio Department of Health medical director is urging everyone to get a flu shot as nearly 1,000 people were hospitalized in a week.

Ohio health officials urge flu shots after nearly 1,000 people were hospitalized last week

A 33-year-old North Olmsted man has died from flu, bringing the number of flu-related deaths this season to nine in Cuyahoga County, according to the county's board of health.A 33-year-old North Olmsted man has died from flu, bringing the number of flu-related deaths this season to nine in Cuyahoga County, according to the county's board of health.

33-year-old North Olmsted man dies from the flu, bringing total flu-related deaths to 9

Peak influenza season has not arrived yet, and many weeks of high flu activity could still be ahead, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Health officials stress prevention ahead of peak flu season

Flu activity nationwide is predicted to remain elevated through at least the end of the month.

Flu severity increases to ‘very high’ in Massachusetts - masslive.com

The CDC says out of 78 pediatric deaths, 53 of them were from the influenza B strain.The CDC says out of 78 pediatric deaths, 53 of them were from the influenza B strain.

Flu shot not a good match for strain that affects children

The Ohio Department of Health is reporting that flu hospitalizations are at a record high the state for the 2019-2020 season.The Ohio Department of Health is reporting that flu hospitalizations are at a record high the state for the 2019-2020 season.

Ohio flu hospitalizations highest of 2019-2020 season | WKBN.com

New York facing its worst flu season on record with 106,000 cases reported and counting. What to know about the fast-spreading influenza virus.New York facing its worst flu season on record with 106,000 cases reported and counting. What to know about the fast-spreading influenza virus.

New York flu season setting record-highs amid coronavirus concerns

BOSTON (WHDH) - The common flu severity in Massachusetts has jumped to “very high,” health officials announced Friday. The bump in severity comes as the...

Flu severity in Massachusetts now ‘very high,’ health officials say – Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

The common flu severity in Massachusetts has jumped to “very high,” health officials announced Friday. The bump in severity comes as the percentage of visits to hospitals for influenza-…

Flu severity in Massachusetts now ‘very high,’ health officials say – Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News