Flu season peaks in U.S., still strong in Wyoming

Flu season peaks in U.S., still strong in Wyoming

Nineteen more cases were reported last week, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health, raising the total to 169 deaths during the current influenza season which began in October.

Flu cases in Pennsylvania dropped off for the third week in a row and the state department of health on Tuesday said the flu season has peaked.

"We are clearly on the downturn, by all indicators", he said.

The worst of the flu season is likely over.

The data indicates the season is slowing.

ADH says the total number of flu deaths in the state since October has reached 184.

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Locally, officials haven't found this flu season to be much different from past flu seasons. She tells WDET's Laura Weber-Davis she is cautiously optimistic the worse of this particularly unsafe strain of the flu could be behind us, now that the weather is beginning to warm up and people are spending less time cooped up in offices and close quarters. "There still is a lot of flu out there", Dr. Alicia Fry, who works in the influenza division at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday, according to NPR.

Although new cases of flu are on the decline, the level remains above the peak of some previous flu seasons.

Hospitalizations for the flu were also down more than 50 percent.

On Friday, Campbell County Memorial Hospital implemented a handful of visiting restrictions in the maternal and child unit for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) - not for flu.

Anyone interested in receiving a flu shot at no cost should contact the Garvin County Health Department at 405-238-7346, for clinic times and further information.

It appears the flu season peaked a couple weeks ago in MI.

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