DHS Reminds Wisconsinites: It is Not Too Late to Get Your Flu Vaccine

Data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) show influenza (flu) activity is increasing significantly throughout Wisconsin ahead of the December holiday season, mirroring trends being observed around the country. As of December 1, 2022, only 31% of Wisconsin residents have received their single-dose flu vaccine. DHS urges Wisconsinites to get vaccinated against the flu as soon as possible. Early data suggests the flu vaccine is a good match to…(see release)

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