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an said during a briefing on Friday. It is in a lot of places and causing a lot of flu. Heres what you need to know about this years unusually active flu season. Why is flu season so bad this year? Different strains of influenza circulate each year. This 【百万文字论 转跑狗图 】year, influenza A specifically H3N2 is especially prevalent, ac

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ine effectiveness, resulting in more total infections and more hospitalizations. H3 viruses were also behind the severe flu seasons in 2014-2015 and 2012-2013, according to the CDC. Related Stories    【118图库118论118网 】 【3d期期必中特 】  【幸运28最精准算法 】 

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can you prevent the flu? Getting the flu shot and staying home if youre sick are two of the most important ways to reduce transmission. But the CDC says its also important to wash your hands frequently, cover your mouth when you cough or sne【三肖中特资料大公开 】eze an【1肖复式四肖多少组 】d wipe down surfaces that may have come into contact with contagion, as flu germs can live on them for up to 24 hours. Write to Jamie Ducharme at jamie.ducharme@time.com.

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