by Maggie Fox
The flu season is still a bad one and it’s broken a few recent records, federal health officials said Friday.
It’s not time to panic about a new pandemic — it is simply a relatively severe flu season, one that’s unusual in that it is hitting the whole country at once instead of in waves, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
“Influenza activity is still on the rise overall,” CDC’s acting director, Dr. Anne Schuchat, told reporters.
Ten more children have been reported to have died from flu, bringing the total for the season so far to 63.
Last season, 110 children died from flu in the U.S.
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Source: NBC News