New York's Flu Season May Finally Be Over



(Albany, NY)  --  New York's especially rough flu season may be over.

The NY Department of Health recently released a report showing that after 23 consecutive weeks, flu activity in the state is no longer geographically widespread. There were only two flu cases recently confirmed in Dutchess County and none in Ulster County.  The number of people hospitalized for the flu statewide dropped into double digits.


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