Influenza outbreaks remain elevated
Influenza activity is elevated in Minnesota and Crow Wing County health officials said it’s not too late to get vaccinated.
Public health officials said once people have become ill with influenza they have been sick for five to 10 days and in bed with high temperatures.
One woman reported feeling fine and going out to a friend’s gathering only to be suddenly taken ill. What started as a sore throat, two hours later turned into a fever that came and went for three days.
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