Flu season not over in Georgia: hospitalizations surpass 2,000

The flu that has hospitalized more than 20,000 Americans and killed nearly 100 children nationwide may finally be on the wane, but it’s not over in Georgia.

New moves this week by Grady Memorial Hospital, and data released over the weekend on numbers of recently affected Georgians, tell a broader tale.

Officials at the Georgia Department of Public Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are still recommending that people get a flu shot if they haven’t already. Read more in the full story here.

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