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More flu cases reported this season

4:16 PM, Dec. 9, 2012
State health officials encourage residents to get a flu shot. Health professionals are seeing more people with influenza so far this year than what they saw in the same time in 2011.
State health officials encourage residents to get a flu shot. Health professionals are seeing more people with influenza so far this year than what they saw in the same time in 2011.
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With the number of influenza cases running significantly higher than at this time last year, state health officials are encouraging Wisconsin residents to get flu shots and to tell family members and friends that it's not too late to get protection against the flu.

Wisconsin's influenza season started early this year and both types A and B are showing up in the area, said Fond du Lac County Health Officer Diane Cappozzo. The type B strain has more severe symptoms and can cause serious problems in elderly people.

"Statewide, there are more hospitalizations happening this year because of the ...

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