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Flu Season: Two More Dead As Illness Continues To Spread

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Flu Season: Two More Dead As Illness Continues To Spread

Flu Season: Two More Dead As Illness Continues To Spread

Connecticut confirmed Thursday that two adults have died as a result of influenza-related complications.

According to the CDC, 2.3% of healthcare visits this week were related to "influenza-like illness." To date, three children have died nationally of flu-related causes so far during the 2019-2020 season.

According to UPI, Louisiana was the only state to report high flu activity this week.

14 states reported moderate or low activity, including Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas.

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