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Flu season strikes

This year’s flu outbreak is nothing to sneeze at.
Forty-seven states, including Tennessee, have reported widespread influenza activity, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
“We are in the midst of widespread influenza activity in our area,” said McMinnville physician Dr. Todd Stewart. “It has been prevalent for about the past month. I’m still seeing new cases. Hopefully the end of the outbreak is near.”
Warren County Red Cross executive director Kathy Nesmith reminds residents it’s not too late to get a flu shot.
“The American Red Cross in Warren County is getting word there’s still ...


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