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Flu season is in full swing

Gov. Andrew Cuomo receives a flu shot Thursday from state Health Commissioner Dr. Nirav Shah to encourage all New Yorkers to guard against the flu.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo receives a flu shot Thursday from state Health Commissioner Dr. Nirav Shah to encourage all New Yorkers to guard against the flu.
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Despite two children already dead this flu season, New York is better off than some states. In Michigan, for example, three children have died. In Massachusetts, 18 people are dead. In Pennsylvania, nearly two dozen people are dead. Nationwide, 18 children are dead from the flu. In some pockets of the nation, overcrowding has caused emergency rooms to turn people away or set up makeshift ER facilities outside of hospitals. The flu arrived early and ...


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