Two More Flu Deaths Reported In Minnesota
St Paul (KROC AM News) - At least two more Minnesotans have died after contracting influenza.
The Minnesota Dept. of Health issued its weekly influenza report Thursday and it shows activity so far during the current season remains very low.
The season's death total is now three with all victims in their 90s. The first death was reported earlier this month. The death total in the previous season was 153.
There were only four flu-related hospitalizations included in the new weekly report, increasing the season total to just 26. The total in the previous season was over 4,000.
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