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With the arrival of flu season, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH)
is recommending that all Ohioans six months and older get a flu shot
now. Flu activity usually begins to increase in October and can last as late as May, with cases typically peaking between December and February.
Every season the flu sickens millions of Americans, hospitalizes hundreds of thousands, and kills tens of thousands, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). During last year’s flu season, Ohio reported 9,851 flu-associated hospitalizations and four flu-associated pediatric deaths. Read More
Ohio Department of Health, Public Health, Richland Public Health