Flu Watch 2010-11: West Virginia

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    Since there is concern that the H1N1 virus may be causing more illness than previous ‘seasonal flu’ seasons, we can keep track of significant outbreaks here. You may want to consider reviewing your cough/cold/flu supplies and stocking them NOW.

    “Monotreme” @ Pandemic Flu Information:

    Widespread activity — Flu cases double in Mercer (West Virginia)
    February 12, 2011

    In light of the recent spike in influenza activity in Mercer County, health officials are reminding area residents that its not too late to get a flu shot.


    A report released earlier this week by the Centers for Disease Control showed a number of states, including West Virginia and Virginia, reporting widespread influenza increases. Health officials in neighboring Southwest Virginia also have reported widespread influenza activity.

    In the Commonwealth of Virginia, state public health officials have confirmed two deaths linked to influenza. The flu deaths reported by the department were pediatric cases, according to the Virginia Department of Health.

    Most of the influenza cases reported in Mercer County have been either H1N1 or Influenza A, according to Rickman.

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